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I tried to get a good OC on mine but I could not raise the voltage higher than it already was... 1.35V is the max. Could I be missing something?
did you ever figure out your max voltage?
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Theres an option where i can just set the ram to 1066 without changing my fsb and my ht multiplier default is set to 4
Here is an idea you could try. maybe lower your ram spd to ddr800 and see if it helps your overclocking the fsb. any changes to the fsb directly affect the ddr spd and could be the reason your system is unstable. try and let us know.
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hey, does anyone know if this mobo will be capable of handling the new phenom II processors? I think I may just cry out of joy if it does. What do you think about running that kind of cpu in a m2n-sli deluxe? would it be worth it?
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Here is an idea you could try. maybe lower your ram spd to ddr800 and see if it helps your overclocking the fsb. any changes to the fsb directly affect the ddr spd and could be the reason your system is unstable. try and let us know.
I already tried that and i even tried setting it to 667 with no results whatsoever. I will post how to get to the option when i get to my place at round 4 or 5
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Mines dead, officially dead. m2n-sli.
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Alright to get to the ram frequency overclocking area you go to the advanced tab, go into cpu config, go into dram configuration, then choose memory clock frequency and choose what frequency you want and make sure you set the timings correctly in the previous menu.
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ok maybe I need a bios update. so you have a option for ddr1066, is that correct?
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hey, does anyone know if this mobo will be capable of handling the new phenom II processors? I think I may just cry out of joy if it does. What do you think about running that kind of cpu in a m2n-sli deluxe? would it be worth it?
good question. Maybe they will have an aswer for you here. Worth it well that's like saying beauty is in the eye of the beholder. If the phenom II cpu does not work for you then your stuck with either updating your mobo to utilize the cpu or completely updating all your hardware. Looks as if they will release the phenom II in both flavors am2+ & am3. I found this about the new phenom II x4 processors look's very promissing and now I see why you ask. 4Ghz on air gotta love it. here is some more insight I found at here
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where did everyone go? I just found this power supply calculator and thought I would share it.
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