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114mhz pcie-freq for over a year now, 24/7....no issues here.
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114mhz pcie-freq for over a year now, 24/7....no issues here.
Well there you go.
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If you put a high freq in a pcie... what can happend? fry it?
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no, your gpu will show a black screen, forcing you to reset and lower your setting. I have ran as high as 118mhz, before I encountered problems. Good cooling on the mobo and the gpu will help avoid issues below 115mhz.
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post
Spread Spectrum: disabled
Memory Voltage: 2.15v
CPU Vcore Voltage: 1.4 (There's a .05 Vdroop)
FSB Termination Voltage: 1.4v
NB Vcore: 1.45
SB Vcore: 1.60v
ICH Chipset Voltage: 1.02v

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Try the above settings, my guess is that your 'auto' settings are preventing you from hitting it.
Wow, that worked. Thank you so much. +REP

I've been having this problem for a while.. you rock.
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glad to help, even more glad that you listened.
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but what can i gain if i raise the pcie freq?
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theres a slight performance gain, however unless you need to to keep a stable oc i would leave it at 100
    
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theres a slight performance gain, however unless you need to to keep a stable oc i would leave it at 100
thats not true at all!!

Matter of fact, raising the PCI-e freq, can actually help to stabilize your OC when getting into the high FSB ranges of your mobo. 99.9% of all mobo's DO have locked dividers, but as you get to the 'end' of that dividers range, the frequencies will 'walk' a little. If you are in the 450+mhz range for your FSB, then use 'SysTool' to read your current FSB, you will notice that it will show you the PCI-e freq as well. It is never at 100mhz...always above a few mhz or below by a few. Raising the PCI-e freq can help to hit a level where the divider is more stable and has less frequency fluctuation.

Also, raising my PCI-e from 100mhz to 114mhz, netted me almost a thousand point increase in 3d mark 06' and around 5k in AM3. Not to mention, my average FPS rate on FEAR @ 1600x1200, went up to 68fps, with 0% below 40fps. While you will not notice a huge increase in the peak of your FPS, you should see the average fps rate climb up.
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I had the same problem on a Gigabyte DS3 - it was a bios issue, flashed and everything was fine.
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