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that sir is pure insanity. devil.gif
aida software should show it
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Info/AIDA.shtml
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that sir is pure insanity. devil.gif
aida software should show it
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Info/AIDA.shtml
hrmm doesnt show keeps saying driver does not load and that the software may not work properly ?? any clue as in why.....

also so yeah i can get it to max without issue now whats your thoughts?? or maybe u can try to replicate? is it just me? is it because its intel only issue ??
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as i've said before there is no benefit to setting your pcie frequency higher than 100mhz unless you're overclocking; specifically fsb overclocking, and it may not even influence am3+ processors.
there is only risk; how you've managed to set it that high and have it boot is beyond me.
there is no need to have it set to anything but 100mhz

allow for unsigned drivers in windows or find a different version of aida that doesn't require drivers to be installed.
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