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hey all,

i'm having problems overclocking at all. i cannot change anything even by the smallest amount without it booting straight into its safe mode with the default settings in the bios.

i enclose pictures of every page in my bios in the hope that you will be able to direct me as to which settings i need to change, what i need to disable etc.

thankyou very much in advance

i guess what i'm asking for is a lot, i'm basically asking you to do a remote clock on my computer




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Where it says "FSB - Memory Clock Mode" can you change the setting without it reverting to stock settings?

Also, are you sure you're pretty the right button? F10 might be save settings, while a button close to that could be "Revert to stock settings". Sounds stupid, but I've done it before.

Edit: Oh and thanks for the pictures, most people just leave us guessing in the dark.
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yes i can change it - can change it to linked or unlinked

yes i checked i press F10 when i save
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yes i can change it - can change it to linked or unlinked

yes i checked i press F10 when i save
Linked is what you want. That will change the FSB of the cpu and ram at the same time. Just be sure to set the memory multipler to 2.00 so that it is at a 1:1 ratio. If you can set that, it should let you raise the FSB and you should be on your way overclocking.
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i dnt get why it wont overclock, i read loads of tutorials, watched loads of vids of it being done, jst can't get this one to
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got it set to linked, tried increasing the FSB and i get a beeping noise from the computer and then it jst reverts to its original settings again

i increased the v.core a bit as well and that never helped
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What is the beeping pattern?
Check it at bioscentral.com
That should help you key in on whats amiss.
    
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got it set to linked, tried increasing the FSB and i get a beeping noise from the computer and then it jst reverts to its original settings again

i increased the v.core a bit as well and that never helped
Check the beep just as Duke said, and also check your memory settings. Your board might not like the ram and the settings and timings might be off.
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