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Oh my god I replied to a 2007 post. *****!!!
    
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Athlon X2 240 @ 4.0 Ghz ASRock N68-S Radeon HD 4670 SuperTalent x2 DDR2-800 
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SeaGate SATA II ST31500341AS (1397 GB) Windows XP Home Edition Dell 250 Watts Power Supply 
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no matter, I want to know this too

I just read this untied story in my ASROCK UCC manual (page 22), and it says that with
Untied Overclocking the FSB enjoys better margin due to fixed mode of the PCI/PCIE buses
CPU FSB can therefore operate in more stable environment.

To get this setting you have to change the BIOS 'overclock mode' from [auto] to [CPU, PCIE, Async]


But I asume then there exists a tied overclocking then too? That must be the [auto] settings and all the buses get tweeked when one gets tweeked?

This is my guess... anyone know if this is correct?

(sorry to bump the 2007 thread, but I need this info too right now)
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Originally Posted by BerserkerBite View Post

no matter, I want to know this too

I just read this untied story in my ASROCK UCC manual (page 22), and it says that with
Untied Overclocking the FSB enjoys better margin due to fixed mode of the PCI/PCIE buses
CPU FSB can therefore operate in more stable environment.

To get this setting you have to change the BIOS 'overclock mode' from [auto] to [CPU, PCIE, Async]


But I asume then there exists a tied overclocking then too? That must be the [auto] settings and all the buses get tweeked when one gets tweeked?

This is my guess... anyone know if this is correct?

(sorry to bump the 2007 thread, but I need this info too right now)

congratulations, you just won the "best necrobump of the century" award.

untied overclocking means you can overclock your components independently, basically the same thing with todays overclocking.
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