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Well for starters, I know SysTool will work for your mobo, you just need to find the number on the PLL chip on the mobo and reference it to the ones listed in the program.

*In the BIOS, you setting you are looking for is in the CPU section.. just set the PCI-E to linked or sync.
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Well for starters, I know SysTool will work for your mobo, you just need to find the number on the PLL chip on the mobo and reference it to the ones listed in the program.

*In the BIOS, you setting you are looking for is in the CPU section.. just set the PCI-E to linked or sync.
How to do it?
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just raise the slider one notch at a time.. run a 8mil test after you change the setting to make sure you have some stability with your new setting.

*the pic shows your pci-e at 99mhz [very good] but are you running it 'linked' currently? Have you gone into the BIOS and changed it yet or not? ...do you know how to get into the BIOS?
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I wonder what the bottleneck on that 8800 is by that P4.
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I wonder what the bottleneck on that 8800 is by that P4.
Alot, judging by the fact his 3dmark score is 5500. I get 6010 on my sig rig (GPU o/ced, CPU not overclocked)
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just raise the slider one notch at a time.. run a 8mil test after you change the setting to make sure you have some stability with your new setting.

*the pic shows your pci-e at 99mhz [very good] but are you running it 'linked' currently? Have you gone into the BIOS and changed it yet or not? ...do you know how to get into the BIOS?
I have not do any change for the pci-e becouse i dont know where!
So Where can i do it?
Take it step by step plz.
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This is a common problem. Go into the bios and in the area where you set your FSB there is an option labeled "PCIe Clock Synchronize". Change it from disabled to enabled.
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I have been trying to find some pics of the BIOS..no luck so far though.

*On start up, enter BIOS. Go to the pg. that allows you to set your FSB. Look for the PCI-E option...it will be set to 'Disabled' right now. Change it to 'Enabled' and save changes and exit. You should be able to boot at FSB's over 230 now, with no issues.
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I have been trying to find some pics of the BIOS..no luck so far though.

*On start up, enter BIOS. Go to the pg. that allows you to set your FSB. Look for the PCI-E option...it will be set to 'Disabled' right now. Change it to 'Enabled' and save changes and exit. You should be able to boot at FSB's over 230 now, with no issues.
THX for the link!

Now i can clock higher. i just set the PCI-E to Enabled!

It is danger to have the PCI-E on 114.96 with a 8800GT card? And how much higher can i go?
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post #29 of 39
You should be fine to run that for 24/7 use. Most mobo's will actually OC the pci-e without you knowing anyhow, so there are plenty of people running 120mhz for their pci-e freq's. I have run as high as 117mhz for daily use.
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i use to run my pci e bus a 115 with my old 1950pro
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