Originally Posted by GatorLCA
Competely false, something it is written in the BIOS but there is no number associated with the Auto Detect feature within the BIOS that when you click it it will automatically go to a certain number. Every chip will vary based on it's makeup, no chip is exactly the same. By saying that it will auto detect what is written in the BIOS means that every single Chip will have the same Auto Detect OC, which is wrong.
Most Auto Detect around 485-490 and the occasional 500, some not even that high. If it is then I'll need some
Lol, ok, so you're claiming that it tests the chip and decides what speeds are ok?
Just to follow your logic, explain how I can set the core speed on bootup to be whatever I want it to be by modifying my BIOS.
Also, the GTO cards that people flash with the XT PE BIOS magically become better chips after the BIOS flash?