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post #11 of 23
Check the Boot order for the drive to see that it's recognized ... not exactically sure where in that BIOS.
This link may help... simular ASUS MB check the BIOS pics.
http://img328.imageshack.us/my.php?i...sliraid9zk.jpg
That pic is from ncsa's post ... link below
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38169-...roduction.html
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by The Duke
Check the Boot order for the drive to see that it's recognized ... not exactically sure where in that BIOS.
that part is right. that is set

Quote:
Originally Posted by Renegade5399
Use the SATA ports by the floppy connector I believe. The ones next to the VIA chip will be affected by the overclock. The other set run off of a Promise chip independant from the system bus. So basically do what Duke said
those are the one i am currently using

EDIT: The ones i am using are vertical from one another and the other set is horizontal
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post #13 of 23
Read BACK... I EDITED

OUCH... it's a K800 series and may not have a PCI/AGP lock which will upset the HD if you OC the HTT to far past the default bus of 200!!!
Look for the PCI and AGP speeds set for PCI to 22 AGP to 66 if possible!
If it's the 800 PRO it should have the PCI/AGP lock!
    
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OUCH... it's a K800 series and may not have a PCI/AGP lock which will upset the HD if you OC the HTT to far past the default bus of 200!!!
Look for the PCI and AGP speeds set for PCI to 22 AGP to 66 if possible!
If it's the 800 PRO it should have the PCI/AGP lock!
i can set it to 66.333/33.333 but i am curious why my PCI and AGP would have to do with OC on my FSB
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With out a LOCK the PCI and AGP bus increases in speed. If that gets to far out of standard any device in the system will become unstable. The RAPTORS DO NOT like any varation in bus speed minipulation and the other devices don't like much more than small increases.
Thus the reason the locking was implimented.
    
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post #16 of 23
http://forums.viaarena.com/messagevi...&enterthread=y

After reading through there, I would have to agree with The Duke. You have to set the AGP lock to keep the drive stable. It keeps the chipset that controls the SATA at stable speeds.
post #17 of 23
If it's not the K800 "PRO" it will not lock
I stand corrected... that MB should have "PRO chip set and be lockable. But I do recall the locking quality was not solidified untill the 880 series!
    
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Originally Posted by The Duke
With out a LOCK the PCI and AGP bus increases in speed. If that gets to far out of standard any device in the system will become unstable. The RAPTORS DO NOT like any varation in bus speed minipulation and the other devices don't like much more than small increases.
Thus the reason the locking was implimented.
ok here is what i have done and tried so far.

FSB: 200 Vcore: 1.4v Mult: 10 AGP/PCI: Auto PASSED(it worked)

FSB: 230 Vcore: 1.5v Mult: 10 AGP/PCI: Auto FAILED

FSB: 200 Vcore 1.4v Mult 10 AGP/PCI: 66.66/33.33 PASSED

FSB: 230 Vcore 1.5v Mult: 10 AGP/PCI: 66.66/33.33 PASED

Does this seem right? i am confused now

EDIT: this isn't part of what this topic but i want the best OC i can get overall on my PC now that i have every part i intend to have. what is best 2.6 2.7 or 2.8 on DDR ram? if i have it set at 2.8 can i lower the latency compared to 2.6? i don't know much about memory timings
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post #19 of 23
To The Duke:

http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1617

I guess it's the K8T800 Pro chipset, so it should lock...I think...

So with the 66.66/33.33 set it works?

EDIT: And yes, that seems right.

EDIT2: Yes, higher the voltage and you may be able to lower timings. Check the manufacturers site for max voltage that will keep your warranty.
post #20 of 23
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Renegade5399
To The Duke:

http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1617

I guess it's the K8T800 Pro chipset, so it should lock...I think...

So with the 66.66/33/33 set it works?

EDIT: And yes, that seems right.
THAT IS EXACTLY what my mobo looks like
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