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post #11 of 19
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sry for double-message.

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..so what is the BIOS displaying as your current PCI clock?
not-a-thing!
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post #12 of 19
Well with no programs to help you out..and a BIOS that will not display the real-time PCI clock.. math is the only resort. Sadly I never cared to learn any FSB/PCI ratio's..

I can tell you that if it does get too high you will know Just test carefully as you go.. you should be fine. Chances are the 133 strap will crap out ~160'ish mhz .. so you dont have too much farther to go anyhow.
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thx all, ill stay there and pray. Jus kidding,
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post #14 of 19
Try systool to get your bus readings.
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post #15 of 19
..either way, you still need the PLL#

for that matter, have you looked on the mobo for it?
post #16 of 19
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yup, got the pll.

One more thing, i receive that gpu tomorrow (my agp is empty right now) thats why im so concerned about the pci and agp clock.

You think i should go back to normal fsb before i install the new videocard, or since everything is stable, the agp will be fine? I will probably overclock that 9800XT as well.

What would you do if you were me, i jus dont wanna waste that gpu! AGP drive is at 75 instead of the normal 66 mhz.
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post #17 of 19
eewww. Not sure how the AGP clock affects gpu's.. I would guess it is the same effect as OC'ing the PCI-E clock.. which shouldnt hurt too much.

I run ~110-114mhz PCI-E freq.. so I would say you are approaching the limit, or have surpassed it by a smidge. Cant say I have every ruined a card from excessive pci-e clock either though..so who can say for sure? I have benched old gpu's at 127mhz pci-e clocks before and they never blinked..
post #18 of 19
Not sure about agp bus you might have artifacts or crashes that would tell you pretty fast if your to high. Be warned though - overclocking the AGP bus can potentially damage your AGP card. 75MHz is normally the safe limit for most AGP cards.
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Originally Posted by PhillyOverclocker View Post
Dude, this is Overclock.net. If we wanted to be safe we would all be subscribing to Stockspeeds.net or something like that. And that wouldn't be any fun now would it?

I say give it all you got and if it's stable then run with it. What difference does it make anyway? By the time that setup gets smoked, it will be time to upgrade anyway.
IN A NUTSHELL...

max it out till its dead then upgrade ......needs to be done anyway
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