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post #11 of 18
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Thanks for all the responses, I looked at my BIOS for all the stuff your are talking about and this is all I have to choose from:






So, anything on the BIOS screen help?






Also, PeDrO305 what BIOS are you using? (the ctrl +f1 did not do anything)
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Any comments about my BIOS? How Do I access the multipler and memory frequencies?
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post #14 of 18
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I got Gigabyte's Easy tune software to try and find some more overclocking options. It has the same options as my BIOS. (see pic above)

Is this lack of options for overclocking because of my mobo, or the BIOS?

Thanks in advance.


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post #15 of 18
dude, i had the same problem

i have different MOBO, so i dont know if this will work, you should try to increase your agp frq. to 67.

on my MOBO, agp clock is increasing along with fsb when it is on default clock, but when i put it to 67, it stais to 67 mhz nomatther how high i go with the fsb.
you should also do that memory divided, mine is on 133, and htt on 3, also increase vCore, on about 1.6.

i can go with my clawhammer all the way till 2709, but its not very stable then...

good luck!
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post #16 of 18
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How do I get to the memory Dividers, and HTT multipliers?








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post #17 of 18
there should be menu for that somewhere? try to put ddr voltage on manual....
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post #18 of 18
I would second the notion that it's most likely your memory. You are running mismatched sticks of probably value memory (looking at your timings). Set your memory on a divider as previously mentioned.
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