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I know this is a horribly noob question but for the life of me i cannot find the CPU FSB clock in the BIOS (therefore i am unable to OC in the BIOS). I've looked all over the net and manual and BIOS itself and i cant find the option anywhere! Where's it hiding!?!?!

*Edit* I'm using 1205
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I know this is a horribly noob question but for the life of me i cannot find the CPU FSB clock in the BIOS (therefore i am unable to OC in the BIOS). I've looked all over the net and manual and BIOS itself and i cant find the option anywhere! Where's it hiding!?!?!

*Edit* I'm using 1205
it is right there. Manual setting overclocking. It has its own menu for FSB for CPU and RAM. Think it is the 3'rd one, not sure as I am at work. It will be quadpumped, so if you want to set 400FSB you need to change it to 1600.

edit: It should say 1066 stock.
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I know this is a horribly noob question but for the life of me i cannot find the CPU FSB clock in the BIOS (therefore i am unable to OC in the BIOS). I've looked all over the net and manual and BIOS itself and i cant find the option anywhere! Where's it hiding!?!?!

*Edit* I'm using 1205
If i were you i'd reflash with bios 1203. 1205 is not very good for overclocking.
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I could really use some help with overclocking my system. Everytime I try a FSB >1200 the computer hangs at POST and I have to manually reset the BIOS using the jumper. I have followed the guide, but I'm not sure what to do.

System specs:
P5N32-SLI
Q6600 SLAR GO stepping
4 Gigs of Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C4PRO
Water cooled

The board came with the 1205 BIOS, this morning following the guide I installed the 1302 Beta BIOS as I thought this might be my problem.

I turned off all suggested settings in the BIOS from the guide.

I set the Memory linked to the FSB and used the 5:4 ratio and set the RAM voltage to stock 2.1 I was unsure about the settings for the RAM which are factory 4-4-4-12 so as I've tried this before and crashed I left these at AUTO this time.

I set the FSB at 1333 and I bumped the CPU VTT at the suggested 1.55 and put the VCORE at 1.45

The computer hangs at the POST screen, it gets as far as DEL to enter Setup - but hangs there and needs to be reset manually. The computer does overclock to FSB=1200 making the Q6600 run at 2.7Ghz - but frankly I was hoping for at least 3 GHz.

Any Help would be appreciated.

Thanks
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post #4076 of 5659
High, set the memory to unlinked and all timings to auto. Just set RAM-voltage. That should help you out. You will probably boot properly with a 5-5-5-18 timing or something around there.
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If i were you i'd reflash with bios 1203. 1205 is not very good for overclocking.
It looks to me like the only difference between 1203 and 1205 is that 1205 fixes some problem with razer mice. Is this wrong? If so where can i get 1203 cuz it's clearly not available atm.
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That's all they SAY is different, but a lot of us found that 1203 is still better for OC.

Go HERE for 1203.
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Thanks, I'll try tonight when I get home. I'm also planning on trying the 1203 BIOS that seems to be so popular.

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I have to use 1203 due to my razor mouse and keyboard, both by the way cause issues, ie I have to unplug them for the system to not freeze posting, or even to really start. I am still able to overclock pretty well (E6400 3.6ghz, 1.44)

Also, just got my board back from RMA, turns out Asus fixed all of my Vdroop issues! It is now less than 0.01, down from 0.05. Also all my other voltages were no longer +.05 and are more like .02. Scared the heck out of me at first, I was wondering why with all my old settings my board was unstable, and also why my temps were so bad!
    
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