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Yes I updated it not long ago...Well I guess I am SoL...Thanks for all the help, I'll try getting around it later...
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Yes I updated it not long ago...Well I guess I am SoL...Thanks for all the help, I'll try getting around it later...
Comp, don't feel to bad. Apparently this user in this thread has the same board and is experiencing practically the same issue. Looks like he was only able to achieve 227HTT.

The overclocking options with these ECS boards are very limited. If you're really anxious to overclock, I would sell your current board and pick up another one that actually offers the options your looking for.

Good luck buddy
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Yes even I think your mobo is holding you back. Mine is an Asus m2n mx and it hates beyond 213. I heard cooling the mosfet (which regulate power to the mobo and CPU I guess) will solve the problem. But you are at your own. Just google how to do it. As for as I know You should keep a fan above the mosfets which should be located near the CPU socket. I myself have never tried it probably will try it this week. You might also try sticking small heat sinks on the mosfets. Please post your comments once you try this.
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