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Welcome to the club JeremyWW.
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Ok, I have the manual I believe for your board/bios. Under the "MB intelligent tweaker" HT Frequency should equal 4x, CPU Frequency=240, K8 CPU clock ratio, what are your options? DDR clock/ Timing mode: what are your options? Is 2/1.66 an option, resulting in what i believe would be ddr 333.
K8 CPU Clock Ratio:

Switching to Manual gives a range from 'Auto' through 'x5, x5.5, x6...to x11'

DDR Clock / Timing Mode:

Yes, 2/1.66 is an option. I also get a separate setting 'DDR Timing' lighting up having switched DDR Clock / Timing Mode to Manual. It, in turn, lights up a whole list of options such as 'CAS# latency (Tcl)', 'Min RAS# active time (Tras)', 'RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd)'...to name but three.

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A couple more things I have been told...If there is an option to do so, disable "spred spectrum" in your bios, and definetly disable the "cool and quiet" feature if applicable.
Spread Spectrum:

There are different spread spectrum settings but the one 'CPU Spread Spectrum' is set to 'Center Spread'. There is an option to disable this.

AMD K8 Cool 'n' Quiet Control:

Currently set to 'Auto' - this can be disabled

I'm going to wait for your reply to this post before I take my first baby steps...and anything else you think I should change / tweak in the light of blitz's post that followed yours. Many thanks - I really do appreciate you 'holding my hand'
Edited by JeremyWW - 12/2/09 at 2:10am
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Jeremey try these settings out and see if it boots to windows
cpu frequency: 230
CPU clock ratio: 10x
HT multiplier: 4x
Ram divider: 2/166

Disable: Spread Spectrum
Disable Cool n Quiet

Your bios should read 2300mhz and ram at ~392

Look a couple pages back for my long post explaining all the different frequencies and multipliers.

Its funny, but your rig and my rig are pretty similar.
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Jeremey try these settings out and see if it boots to windows
cpu frequency: 230
CPU clock ratio: 10x
HT multiplier: 4x
Ram divider: 2/166

Disable: Spread Spectrum
Disable Cool n Quiet

Your bios should read 2300mhz and ram at ~392

Look a couple pages back for my long post explaining all the different frequencies and multipliers.

Its funny, but your rig and my rig are pretty similar.
Thanks for your reply, but I feel that it's best for me to take advice from one person at a time. As I said in my post above, I am unable to disable Spread Spectrum. Cheers...

OK - sorry, correction! I can disable something called 'CPU Spread Spectrum'! Maybe I should try what you're suggesting. Presumably I should run a stability test afterwards with Stress Prime?
Edited by JeremyWW - 12/2/09 at 2:15am
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I would check temps first. I use core temp because that can start up with windows. Honestly, I would read the guides. I learned a lot from them.
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I would check temps first. I use core temp because that can start up with windows. Honestly, I would read the guides. I learned a lot from them.
Temps are fine with CoreTemp but stability.....Noooooo.....didn't like it one little bit....

post #20577 of 28698
Spent a little while on the dfi yesterday and got the htt to 400 without much difficulty.
Finicky boards though aye. auto settings don't work for sheet! And me being lazy is a bad combo!

Actually built 4 drawers in the last week. Got mirrored tile to finish the wall over my counter. will get pics when done.

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Spent a little while on the dfi yesterday and got the htt to 400 without much difficulty.
400MHz
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I am curious: how is the bandwidth at DDR-200 with a 400 MHz HTT?
     
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I am curious: how is the bandwidth at DDR-200 with a 400 MHz HTT?
divider was set 1/2. Haven't got to mem yet. just checking to see what the boards capable of.
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