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Apart from altering voltage on cpu i havent touched any voltage there set as auto as is most setting unless ive mentioned changing it above heres my cpu-z grab


My memory which appears same as new egg
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/98710

I'll check you video thanks for that and double check settings aswell as altering the to new ones you mentioned and disabling sidestep too.
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post #12 of 29
no issues with that board i love it, Max on the north bridge needed is 1.55volts and it never overheats.

Also set your Pci bus to 110. I'll help you out more later if you need it.
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Also set your Pci bus to 110.
Can U explain why he shud put pci bus on 110?
If U didnt touch nothin thats your stock timings for 800 mhz.5-5-5-12. For voltage,must be on written your memory somewhere,like the timings.Open the case and read it,before turn off your pc!!!
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post #14 of 29
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Thanks Id actually changed in the advance cpu settings the Cpu ratio to 9 and that made the sidestep option go thats why i hadnt disabled it before as i couldn't find it.

So am i using exact setup as the video apart from the "vcore(1.385),and go for it. Put a little bit nb voltage(1.40) and fsb termination v. (1.30)" settings i aslo didnt set Dram active time at 15 as memory lists it as 12 on the sticker on it so i was unsure about changing it too more.
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post #15 of 29
The default NB voltage is 1.25v. You will only need 1.35v max up to 400 FSB. Once you go past that, you might need 1.4v to it. As for the memory, if it is the Corsair Cas5, you should set the ram voltage to 1.9v.
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post #16 of 29
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Yea the memory voltage does have 1.9 on it so i'll make sure its set at that rather than auto oh and the timings are 800mhz... Also just noticed that on the video it has Dram frequency DDR2-800Mhz yet on my bios i can only choose 835mhz ,1002mhz 1335mhz. if i changed the Fsb Frequency to a different setting such as 400 will that give me a DDR2-800Mhz option then and work ok ???
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post #17 of 29
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Hmm tried the 400 settings on fsb frequency with saving and higher settings still for the Dram frequency i only appear to get the option of DDR2-800MHZ if i have the Fsb set at 266 or have i got some setting wrong somewhere that would cause that
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post #18 of 29
That will be ok.That is called ram divider.Before doing anything prepare your self for reset cmos battery,just in case.Read about it,dont be unprepared
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post #19 of 29
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ok right took photos of bios settings assume there right apart from maybe changing the ram setting FSB to 333 then do i want the Dram set as 835Mhz instead of 800Mhz as it isnt there with 333 setting ?





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post #20 of 29
I was saying; Transaction booster "OFF" ,Load line calibration "enabled",FSB frequency, set on "333".
Dram frequency set at "800" mhz,
In cpu advanced options disable "peci"
Everything else its ok.Try with 1.375 vcore now and run the tests,if it fails,increase little bit vcore.

This is for cpu tm fuction ;
CPU TM function – enable. Option affects CPU protection/throttle management to help you when you don’t realize you’re pushing your chip too hard. Its up to you.
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