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Hi,


I bought alst month a Asus a8v-deluxe board, wich should be a good overclocking board.
i read many reviews about it and all people get high results with it.
i want to overclock my AMD Athlon 64 3500+ ( venice ) but i cant get higher then 2.4 Ghz.
when i go further the system runs well, but my s-ata device shuts down and doesnt work anymore.
the device is still detected in windows but i need to active the hdd, wich will cause a system crash.

Anyone have the same problem or knows a solution about this?

i got 2x 512mb kingston pc 3200.

greets
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Welcome to the Forum.

It will help to fill out your profile and system configuration so that we can see what else is within your system ... go to User CP for this.

SATA controller will be off the PCI bus and it is this that must be locked down to 33Mhz, check the BIOS for such a setting and also make sure that the AGP bus is fixed to 66Mhz - these will help stability of your HDDs
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Welcome to the Forum.

It will help to fill out your profile and system configuration so that we can see what else is within your system ... go to User CP for this.

SATA controller will be off the PCI bus and it is this that must be locked down to 33Mhz, check the BIOS for such a setting and also make sure that the AGP bus is fixed to 66Mhz - these will help stability of your HDDs
i was just filling the system forms.

very strange i looked into the bios and my PCI bus was locked on 66 Mhz.
i put it back to 33, will try to go further now

Thx
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Thanks,

pc is running fine now, i can overclock till 2.5
but it doesnt turns on anymore.

but i still have my harddisk now

will look further why my pc doesnt turn on anymore... maybe time for a new and better overclocking board
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post #5 of 12
Sometimes, when OCing you get to the point where you have to reset the BIOS ... there is a jumper on the MB for this and it will default back so you can start again.

Also consider flashing the BIOS to a current version - 1014 or 1015.

BTW .. please use the Edit button to up date yout post if no one else has posted ... makes it easer to read.
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Originally Posted by ncsa
Sometimes, when OCing you get to the point where you have to reset the BIOS ... there is a jumper on the MB for this and it will default back so you can start again.

Also consider flashing the BIOS to a current version - 1014 or 1015.

BTW .. please use the Edit button to up date yout post if no one else has posted ... makes it easer to read.

okay, i found the problem.

when i put the bus frequency on auto it will boot up.
but i got the problem with my harddisk.

but my pc will get stuck when ill put it back to 66/33

and i dont need to reset my bios, it will reset itself automatically when i turn the pc back on
is there any other option to get further on this motherboard ?

i put a picture in the attachment about the options i have
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post #7 of 12
With regards to the BIOS version, those ones listed were for the A8N Deluxe, prob. not suitable for your MB.

We need someone more familiar with the AGP Bus.. I know that this topic has been discussed here before - have a search through the forum here to find similar MBs and options.
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post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by ncsa
With regards to the BIOS version, those ones listed were for the A8N Deluxe, prob. not suitable for your MB.

We need someone more familiar with the AGP Bus.. I know that this topic has been discussed here before - have a search through the forum here to find similar MBs and options.
all stuff works fine now thx!


i already had latest bios... updates it last time.

running at 2600 Mhz now.

problem was that i couldnt use 229 x 11 as multiplyer

i used 230 and all problems where fixed!
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post #9 of 12
its a decent board, be sure to keep that locked at 66.66/33.33, try to avoid leaving things in auto with this board that you can set to manual whenever possible,

also try to use the black sata connectors over the red ones if you can, ive had this board for over a year (i think) and i have used 3 cpus in it from a 3500+newcastle @ 2.55ghz, opti148 @3.0, and now a opti 170@2.6, the board seems to be able to handle everything up to about 288 fsb (well atleast mine does)

post if you have any more questions
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Excellent news and thanks MadMaxx22
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