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post #11 of 23
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Originally Posted by timsvpr
Would this have something to do with SATA hdds - Im having the same damn problem.
Right! Theres supposed to have such option in my bios. I'll take a look, but i remember just seeing the S-ATA delay.
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I don't know about that whole sata having something to do with it but here are my specs FSB 240x15, ram is running at ddr2-800, pci-e 100mhz lock, pci- 33.33mhz lock, vdimm-1.8v, vcore-1.3875v, FSB termination V-auto, MCH-1.5v, ICH-auto, 28*C system temps, 48*C spu temp at load, timing 5-5-5-10 i think thats everything
    
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Mine is an ASUS P5AD2-E Premium and it has AI NOS and AI Booster. Have you tried using those presets with there tuning tool? It allows 5% OC - 30% OC also FSB-888 thru 1066 (there is a setting for 600mhz that sets (FSB 900/DDR-2 600mhz) although I have not gone past FSB 888 because I have stock air cooling, but I was successful and stable to an OC of 3.91. Using the AI Booster is great to switch between presets you pre-configured and allows for V-core Fan CPU memory multiplier and PCI-e adjustments.

Although I have not come close to the knowledge and experience of many of the fellow members here, I will say that the ASUS Ai Booster makes the process simple for a lay person such as myself.

I sat here and carried on about all this and didn't stop to think if your variety of ASUS has AI Booster etc... ?
It saves time if nothing else because many adjustments can be made without a restart and that makes me
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ahh i prefer the bios less complication
    
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i have an asus board, and i got from 3.0 to 3.9. wont really load after 3.9. would really like to hit 4.0 if anyone could give some tips. just want 4.0 long enough to take a screen shot.
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If you try and boot at say 240fsb what happens exactly? BSOD or does it just shot off after a while or will not even get into windows at all?
Looking at your setting I would think its time to try a little more Vcore but you said that gives you problems too? what happens if you increase Vcore?
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post #17 of 23
I've had the same problem before on an ABIT board. Here's what I did to solve it:

There's apparently an upper limit (around 235 to 240)that you can reach when the northbridge is only strapped at FSB800 in certain chipsets (in my case, 945P). That limit will be alleviated by doing one of two things:
1) Raising the PCIe bus speed will scale up the limit on your FSB speed. This isn't recommended, because it can damage your video card.
2) Strapping the northbridge as FSB1066 instead of FSB800, if your BIOS allows it. This will increase the limit to somewhere in the vicinity of 290-ish. You won't get a stable clock that high, so it's pretty negligable.
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post #18 of 23
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If you try and boot at say 240fsb what happens exactly? BSOD or does it just shot off after a while or will not even get into windows at all?
Looking at your setting I would think its time to try a little more Vcore but you said that gives you problems too? what happens if you increase Vcore?
its stable at 240x15 fsb.
when I up the fsb to 241 there is a long hang time when i reboot, and anytime i up the voltages it does the same thing. I think I may need a new version of bios to enable some more features however I am a little anxious to flash the bios. If anyone has any other ideas let me know
    
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its stable at 240x15 fsb.
when I up the fsb to 241 there is a long hang time when i reboot, and anytime i up the voltages it does the same thing. I think I may need a new version of bios to enable some more features however I am a little anxious to flash the bios. If anyone has any other ideas let me know
I would increase the vcore. just keep it below 1.475volt, temps below 55c. loaded.
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Soo, any luck so far?
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