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post #11 of 19
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Ok,

now i got into the bios, and had the following options:

Main | Advanced | Power | Boot | Exit

there was nothing in main, power, or boot, and in advanced, the only thing i found to do was to set up the max. memory speed to ensure it doesnt vanish in grey smoke..

nothing like fsb..

under POWER i found the power monitor showong me the vcore voltage and some other, but there was nothing to change its values
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post #12 of 19
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Ok,

now i got into the bios, and had the following options:

Main | Advanced | Power | Boot | Exit

there was nothing in main, power, or boot, and in advanced, the only thing i found to do was to set up the max. memory speed to ensure it doesnt vanish in grey smoke..

nothing like fsb..

under POWER i found the power monitor showong me the vcore voltage and some other, but there was nothing to change its values
I think it is under advanced in asus bios
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post #13 of 19
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there is no "asus bios" option under advanced
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post #14 of 19
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I'm trying to clock my AMD 3500+ Venice, but i can't get above 2,48 ghz, if i try, he crashes after some a few seconds or minutes.

I'm clocking with clockgen.

I don't know what to do, the voltage doesn't go up it's always at about 1.39-1,41 (at 2,46 ghz)
my mainboard: Asus A8N SLI Deluxe
my memory: dimm 512 mb ddr pc-400 CL3 kingston

i don't know why it crashes as the temperature stays at 39-41° all the time

please help me

ps i don't have my desktop pc running 24/7, is that a problem with overclocking it at startup?)
I think we have the same ram, and we have the same proc.
I used Gogars and couldn't past 2.46 prime stable but I could get 2.64 3DMark06 Stable.
post #15 of 19
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i cant find where to change the stuff still
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post #16 of 19
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there is no "asus bios" option under advanced
sorry, but lol.

what he means is that all your overclocking features are under "advanced" in asus bios. (which they are). HT mutli set to 3x, HTT set to 260, CPU multi set to 10x, vcore set to 1.5v, vmem set to 2.8v. also set your memory divider to 166 (.83) and loosen your timings a bit.

don't forget to turn of CPU spread spectrum.

see what it does for you. if you've already been to the advanced screen and you don't think the options are in there, then you need to read the guide again. everything under the sun is in that screen to overclock and tweak your computer. Just familiarize yourself w/ the terms that it uses.
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post #17 of 19
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now i'm a little ashame of myself ^^.

well i went into the bios again, but i only found the htt, i guess i saw all the rest too, but they must have been called different.

so i wrote down what was in the bios under the option advanced:

CPU Configuration
PCPIPnP
Onboard Device Configuration
SLI Configuration
JumperFree Configuration
LAN CABLE Status
PEG LINK Mode
Speech Configuration
Instant Music

well and the only option of these which could be concearnd with oc is CPU Configuration which contained:

DRAM Configuration
Hyper Transort Frequency
AMD K8 Cool' n' Quiet Control

well so i set the "Hyper Transport Frequency" to x4

and then went into DRAM Configuration containing:

Memory Hole for PCI MMIO
Max Memclock
CAS# latency (Tcl)
Ras# to CAS# delay (Trcd)
Min RAS# active time (Tras)
Row precharge time (Trp)
Row cycle time (trc)
Row refresh cycle time (Trfc)
Write recovery time (Twr)
Read-to-Write delay (Trwt)


ok now, is it one of these? if not? where did i land? whats wrong?
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post #18 of 19
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Well i finally found it, it actually was under "JumperFree Configuration".
I'm quite ashame of myself that i didnt look into there before writing so much stuff

So thx for your help guy,
made it to 11* 230 (2530MHz) and still trying to go above some..
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post #19 of 19
jack it to 260 x 10 and you'll get 2.6 GHz and a nice overclock on your venice. just be sure to supply it w/ enough vcore to keep it stable. also if you have to run a memory divider.
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