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post #11 of 41
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Originally Posted by OzziKing
Only two choices for crossfire I went with the one I trusted.

Update though.
I dropped vcore back to 1.4 = stock and im at 11x230 = 2530 seems to be stable... prime 95ing it right now.



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You wouldnt have this problem had you gotten the DFI see if you can change the HTT to x3.
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post #12 of 41
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You wouldnt have this problem had you gotten the DFI see if you can change the HTT to x3.
a couple of wires, a trim pot, some solder ...... max vcore >1.85 v
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post #13 of 41
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22
well you should be able to change the ht from x5 to x4 or x3 even, if you havnt done that then that may be one of your problems

also there should be some type of ram configuration in there that will let you put a divider on the ram if necessary or atleast loosen the timings up a bit
I found a "HT Link Speed" choices - Auto, 200, 400, 600, 800, 1 gig, its on 400.

GART Error Reporting - Disabled
MTRR Mapping - Continuous
Cool N'Quiet - Enabled
Fid/Vid Change - Auto
Peg Link Mode - Disabled
Peg Buffer Length - Auto

Most of those are standard bio settings though

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a couple of wires, a trim pot, some solder ...... max vcore >1.85 v
Hell sure if you want to come over to my house and do it for me. You break it you buy it.
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post #14 of 41
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Originally Posted by OzziKing
I found a "HT Link Speed" choices - Auto, 200, 400, 600, 800, 1 gig, its on 400.

GART Error Reporting - Disabled
MTRR Mapping - Continuous
Cool N'Quiet - Enabled
Fid/Vid Change - Auto
Peg Link Mode - Disabled
Peg Buffer Length - Auto

Most of those are standard bio settings though
Cool 'n' Quiet - Disabled
FID/VID Change - Manual
PEG Link Mode - Fastest
PEG Buffer Length - Longer
    
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vCore mod sounds cool.
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post #16 of 41
yeah your HT should be around X3 ,,, you can run a divider if need be but it sounds more like your Mobo then anything.

Asus boards are very particular as to what you can boot at or even post and get into windows. Maybe might want to make a switch over to the DFI RDX board its the crossfire version of the Expert board,,,,

Also if your seriously going crossfire and want really Overclock your board I would pull that Aspire PSU from that case right now and get a serious PSU,,, THese companies all make some nice powersupplies that could truly meet your needs

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post #17 of 41
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Originally Posted by OzziKing
I found a "HT Link Speed" choices - Auto, 200, 400, 600, 800, 1 gig, its on 400.
This is your HTT multi, I'm guessing here, but I think this is what these mean...
200 = x1
400 = x2
600 = x3
800 = x4
1gig = x5

With your FSB at 240-250, you would want it on the 800 setting. Give that a shot, usually if your HTT isn't set correctly the computer will just keep rebooting itself before it gets to the windows XP loading screen..

As far as your other settings, try not to leave anything on Auto if possible, I dont mean changing every setting with Auto to something, just the stuff you know is important....hope it helps.
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This is your HTT multi, I'm guessing here, but I think this is what these mean...
200 = x1
400 = x2
600 = x3
800 = x4
1gig = x5
Yup, thats right. , sweet phase change system man, way to mod your case!
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Originally Posted by tytlyf
This is your HTT multi, I'm guessing here, but I think this is what these mean...
200 = x1
400 = x2
600 = x3
800 = x4
1gig = x5

With your FSB at 240-250, you would want it on the 800 setting. Give that a shot, usually if your HTT isn't set correctly the computer will just keep rebooting itself before it gets to the windows XP loading screen..

As far as your other settings, try not to leave anything on Auto if possible, I dont mean changing every setting with Auto to something, just the stuff you know is important....hope it helps.
Yup, got it to 240 stable, still cant hit 250, anybody know how to set a divider? 240 x 11 1.35 vcore (yup i went down with it will try to go up with it tonight) I went with the 800, I think thats right.
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post #20 of 41
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Originally Posted by OzziKing
anybody know how to set a divider?
The divider is going to be in your memory configuration, might be labeled DRAM configuration.
I would just go thru each menu in the bios, until you see something like that. Now, the selection you want to change could say alot of different things, but the numbers it should have look like this:

200,166,133,100
or
400,333,266,200
or
1:1, 5:4, 3:2, 2:1

You want to set it to the 2nd selection or 166 - 333 - 5:4 (should look like one of these)
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