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post #11 of 39
*sigh*
1.Put your RAM on a divider
2.Up the cpu core volts a bit more
3.Then try to puch the cpu higher.
If that still fails
up the voltage to the northbridge

Hope that helps
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*sigh*
1.Put your RAM on a divider
How to do that? and where in the BIOS?
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post #13 of 39
It should be with the overclocking settings. I'm not familiar with your motherboard but it should be lablelled memory....something...Really sorry I can't be more specific.
The options for it should be something like
1:1 and others like that
or
800/667/533/400
Can you post some cpu-z screenshots of 'memory' and 'SPD' tabs so we can see what the memory is running at at the moment?
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You need to bump up the vcore and possibly the vdimm as well. What are your RAM timings?
Jesus christ dude you avy scares the crap outta me i hated that movie...

Anyways Check for voltage and whats your divider on???
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It should be with the overclocking settings. I'm not familiar with your motherboard but it should be lablelled memory....something...Really sorry I can't be more specific.
The options for it should be something like
1:1 and others like that
or
800/667/533/400
Can you post some cpu-z screenshots of 'memory' and 'SPD' tabs so we can see what the memory is running at at the moment?
Her are some pic.





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ECS 945P mobo's do not have a PCI-E lock.. you need to set the PCI-E freq in your BIOS to run 'Sync' or 'Linked' to your FSB.

This way you will be able to cold boot past the ~224-228mhz FSB "wall" users complain of. I was able to run stable for benching at 255mhz FSB on your same mobo.. but PCI-E freq was running ~127mhz so I do not recommend running over ~240mhz FSB for 24/7 use with a good GPU [as it can damage the gpu, running excessive pci-e clocks].

Post back with your results.
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ECS 945P mobo's do not have a PCI-E lock.. you need to set the PCI-E freq in your BIOS to run 'Sync' or 'Linked' to your FSB.

This way you will be able to cold boot past the ~224-228mhz FSB "wall" users complain of. I was able to run stable for benching at 255mhz FSB on your same mobo.. but PCI-E freq was running ~127mhz so I do not recommend running over ~240mhz FSB for 24/7 use with a good GPU [as it can damage the gpu, running excessive pci-e clocks].

Post back with your results.
So you mean if i set PCI-E to sync or linked i can got a higher cpu clock?
I am afraid of my 8800Gt so what is the safest setting?
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post #19 of 39
Use ClockGen, or SysTool to display the actual PCI-E freq in windows, as you OC. You should be safe up to ~120mhz for the 8800gt. That should get you up to ~245mhz FSB or just a bit farther.

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So you mean if i set PCI-E to sync or linked i can got a higher cpu clock?
YES. That is the setting you need to change.
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Use ClockGen, or SysTool to display the actual PCI-E freq in windows, as you OC. You should be safe up to ~120mhz for the 8800gt. That should get you up to ~245mhz FSB or just a bit farther.

and- YES. That is the setting you need to change.
No of the prog you say work on my comp!
dont no why.

But how to do it in the bios?
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