Originally Posted by MjrTom
Yeah you should lock your pci-e bus to 100MHz to prevent any problems
the option is in the advanced chipset features tab:
I would imagine that your memory is still set on auto (?) if you have not manually set the memory divider.
It is a little worrying that your HT bus wont POST at x3.
It wouldn't POST at 3x at much lower overclocks. Started chain-rebooting.
Alright, now that I know what you meant by memory divider (wasn't sure of the meaning) my RAM is set at 667MHz, and is about back to stock speed from the overclock. I think my problems are caused by this motherboard. When I was using the onboard graphics, I had hard lockups in Windows and Linux that made my screen look like this...
The Video BIOS for the onboard 6100 shows it's an engineering release... not sure if that's good or bad. I have an RMA number from Biostar, but I don't really want to be without a computer for that long...
Just so you know, the GeForce 6100 on this board is also the northbridge.