I'm currently running a DFI DK X48-TRS mobo, with an intel e5200. I currently have it clocked at 3.625ghz, but was looking to bump it up to 4ghz (hopefully). Every time i go past my current clock speed and restart, I get no signal from my monitor. I have tried different voltage settings etc, but cannot seem to get anywhere. There are alot of different OC settings with this mobo, alot which i do not fully understand. Has anyone got the same mobo who could advise
The only options I have for NB GTL voltage are only 0.67x (which it currently sits at) and 0.61X. With CPU GTL 0/2 I have
0.667x (which it default to)
I tried bumping the NB voltage to 1.35m then upping the VTT voltage to 1.2. I then changed the CPU GTL 0/2 to 0.636x. (I didn't touch the NB GTL cause it didn't have a 0.64 option. Changed FBS to 299 x 12.5 multi = 3.735ghz. Once i saved and rebooted, monitored wouldn't sync :<
Ok clear the cmos and set all the settings again or load your the profile from cmoas reload in the bios. Up to 1.25 ish on the vtt and go for 1.4 on vnb. Do you have any settings in the bios along the lines of
DLL and RCOMP Settings
CH1 DRAM Default Skew
CH2 DRAM Default Skew
RCOMP Setting Model
Did you make sure you pressed F9 to get all of the advance settings to show up?
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