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ok i noticed after i booted up in windows that my pci-e runs at 124Mhz without changing any options in bios. is it normal that pci runs higher then stock ( 100mhz ) when making a crossfire x setup. Also at first it didnt ran stable when idle on desktop. but ingame no problems. later on starting to crash ingame also.

tried other drivers. same result.

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AMD 64 5200+ X2 ( stock 2.7Ghz )
asus M3A32 MVP deluxe
2x twin2X DDR2 ( 4 slots of 1gb )
2x asus EAH3850 CF setup
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I don't think thats normal. Have you tried locking the pci-e at 100mhz in the bios?
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ok found the problem. was nothing to do with the gfx. seems the corsair ram i am using isnt recognised by there mobo. Wich allowed false settings. So by manualy putting in all the correct settings. everything got stable.

thx for ya help crazy
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