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yeah. i started bios OCing before i tried AOD. everything has been reset. its been a nightare just trying to get vista to reinstall
Emersonsc, that doesn't mean you have to ditch your setup though

What kind of Vista installation problems are you having?

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i ditched the raid set up thinking maybe that would help. reinstalled vista ult 64. Still cant touch bus speed. still cant go above 17mult. I just posted my mobo, cpu, ram and xigmatek heatsync on craisglist. Im goin intel haha
    
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i ditched the raid set up thinking maybe that would help. reinstalled vista ult 64. Still cant touch bus speed. still cant go above 17mult. I just posted my mobo, cpu, ram and xigmatek heatsync on craisglist. Im goin intel haha

lol... send me your CPU
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explain to me how you guys are getting ACC to set? B/C I can enable it in AOD and then select the amount of percent that I want. However, you must restart for it to take effect and nothing happens but a no post. If I do it from the bios ACC set to 0 will post, but nothing positive or negative will.
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this might be a noob question but what is acc and where do i find it in bios or is it only in aod
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this might be a noob question but what is acc and where do i find it in bios or is it only in aod
Advanced Clock Calibration. I really need to use it for my 4th core as it's the weakest and seems to be the ONLY core that fails @ 4.4ghz stress testing!
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From what I understand or IIRC, the P II don't USE ACC, leave it off, something about it being intregrated into the new core already...
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emersonsc, Your problem could be that the HDD's youre using don't spin at a constant rpm. They do 5400-7200rpm depending on situation. I doubt you could get them both to do exactly the same thing at exactly the same time.

but i could be wrong. just a hunch though.
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explain to me how you guys are getting ACC to set? B/C I can enable it in AOD and then select the amount of percent that I want. However, you must restart for it to take effect and nothing happens but a no post. If I do it from the bios ACC set to 0 will post, but nothing positive or negative will.
Auto Express set to disabled
CPU Tweak Set to Disabled
ACC, set to all cores -6 here
CPU volts are set @ 1.45...boots up fine
Everything else is stock. other than ram settings and volts
ACC is set only with BIOS...not with AOD

Since ACC is built into the New PII, I wonder by doing it this way, over rides what is already built into the chip ???????
Edited by HondaGuy - 2/8/09 at 2:47pm
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Advanced Clock Calibration. I really need to use it for my 4th core as it's the weakest and seems to be the ONLY core that fails @ 4.4ghz stress testing!
i couldn't get ACC to work with my foxconn board either, but both my M3A and M4A asus boards will work with ACC enabled.
    
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