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Hey, here's my problem. I can't get my fsb higher dan 212 (x4) because then my bios can't discover my hd . I don't get this, because i see u all reaching much and much higher fsb's. Can someone please tell me how to solve this problem?
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The first thing to check is to make sure your PCI/AGP/PCIe frequencies are locked at 33.3/66.6/100 MHz (the appropriate ones for your hardware). The PCI, in particular, can cause problems at relatively low overclocks.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Taeric
The first thing to check is to make sure your PCI/AGP/PCIe frequencies are locked at 33.3/66.6/100 MHz (the appropriate ones for your hardware). The PCI, in particular, can cause problems at relatively low overclocks.
I'll check them tomorrow, gotta go to bed now . Later.
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Hi Helghast,

Your Mainboard Webpage:

http://support.asus.com/download/dow...el=P5GD1%20Pro

Your Mainboard Manual:

http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/..._p5gd1_pro.pdf


Main:
  • Configure SATA As: Set for "Standard IDE" (Unless you are using RAID in which case you set to RAID)
  • Onboard IDE Operate Mode: Set for "Enhanced Mode"
  • Enhanced Mode Support On:Set for "S-ATA"
  • IDE Detect Time Out: Set to "0" (Unless you have very old drives ie. less than 10GB


Advanced:
  • JumperFree Configuration
  • AI Booster Support: Set to "Manual"
  • AI Overclocking: Set to "Manual" (This allows you to set individual Overclocking of the Front Side Bus)
  • CPU External Frequency (Mhz): 250 (This is where you will raise the fsb)
  • Performance Mode: Set to "Auto"
  • Memory Voltage: Set to "Auto
  • Chipset Core Voltage: Set to (Try 1.35V and raise if necessary. Prime95 will show if you need to raise the Vcore.)
  • Front Side Bus Termination Voltage: Set to "Auto" for now
  • PCI-Express Frequency: Set to 100MHz
  • PCI Clock Synchronization Mode: Set to 33MHz
  • Spread Spectrum: Set to "Disabled"

This should start you off. Note the CPU FSB Clock (CPU External Frequency). This is where you will "Carefully" raise your fsb. Only a few increments at a time 100 to 105 and test with Prime95. If stable then 105 - 110 etc. Once you find instability then drop down a few increments and test.

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OK I'll try it right now, thnx!
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Let us know how you do so we can move to the ram equation after you find your processor sweet spot.

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