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Originally Posted by Cecco
Thanks again Ste,

my bios has three options for memory, 133,166 and 200. I've set it to 133.
Now my pc boots at 9X 235, 240 won't post. Do you think it could be my memory?
Try removing 1GB of ram so that it's all the same brand. Doesn't matter which one you leave in. The Ram is running well below spec so if that doesn't help it's not the ram.

Do you have a Chipset or LDT voltage you can adjust? Chipset should be a value around 1.5v and LDT around 1.2v? If you don't, dont worry too much. 235*12=2820Mhz which if you can get that stable would be a decent overclock.
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post #12 of 13
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240 won't post. Do you think it could be my memory?
There is a better chance of it being your HTT multiplier, lower it to 4 and keep increasing.....Your ram should be plenty out of the situation, keep it at the 166 divider.

Once again, try these numbers

FSB = 255
CPU multi = 11
Vcore = 1.5-1.55v
HTT x 4
Memory divider 166 (333) 5:4
Memory voltage 2.6-2.7v
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Ste, I tried removing 1GB of ram but results were the same.

tytlyf, I put in your settings but the max fsb that will allow me to boot normally is 220, unfortunately the max vcore allowed on this mobo is 1.45 and the dram voltage gives you three options, low, normal or high. I have it set to high. The HTT multiplier is also different, I have it at 800MHZ which should be 4X and below is an option of 8bit or 16bit(I have on auto). Then there is CPU-NB Link and below that the 8bit,16bit or auto option.

Maybe a better mobo will be easier for a noob like me?

Thanks very much guys, I appreciate the help!
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