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Hi i have tried to oc my cpu but i could only change the FSB from 200Mhz to 215Mhz. After that the system freezes on the bootup post screen.<br><br>
I think it might be something to do with needed to put more voltage to the cpu but not sure and if so not sure on how to change the voltage.
 

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In the Genie BIOS its a little further down, its called VID CPU. Its set to auto, however I dont think you need more voltage. Make sure your LDT is set to 4x and your CPU/FSB to whatever the highest multi is on the CPU.<br><br><a href="http://common.ziffdavisinternet.com/util_get_image/11/0,1425,sz=1&i=116727,00.jpg" target="_blank">http://common.ziffdavisinternet.com/...=116727,00.jpg</a><br><br>
Also I have HT PLL set to disable as for some reason with it on it caused instablility. Maybe someone can shed some light on what that feature is.<br><br>
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Which LDT, im completely new to this iv had a read of the tutorials but just making sure i do things right before i start ocing bigger.<br />
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and what do you mean by the higest my multi is on, and i had HT PLL disabled by default<br />
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The following settings i have got is <br />
FSB = 216<br />
Multi = 12
 

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Iv changed the LDT setting to 4x , put my multiplyer to the highest which is 12, and changed my FSB upto 225Mhz windows run on 230Mhz but took a while at bootup post screen looked like it was struggling and tried 240Mhz and that just froze switched to 230Mhz and it restarted pc<br />
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anything else i could do to overclock my MB<br />
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wot bout my memory they DDR333 will this affect my oc didn't think i would be able to put my FSB past 166Mhz but it started at 200Mhz any corrections to help me would appreciate it <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> thx
 

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Yea to help stability disable usb kb and mouse also go into the power settings and put power on to hardware only.<br><br>
Read a few reviews on the mobo, they tell a lot about it when they talk about the BIOS. And I just meant set your multi all the way up, I did not know the multi for the 4600 as mine only goes to 10 per my CPU.<br><br>
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i have set the settings you said except from the put power to hardware, i looked in the power settings but im not sure which it is, is it the power by hardward? or something like that
 

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Yes that is it.<br><br>
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i changed the hardward to enabled but that didn't allow the system to be stable when i had an fsb of 240Mhz. I increased the voltage of the cpu by 0.025v but now my pwm ic temperature is a little high between 48C and 50C <br />
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can anyone explain what the PWM IC is i looked on google and found that its a pulse width modulator but i still don't understand it, and where abouts can i find it on my mobo, i dont think i have a fan on it because there is no fan speed for it on my Smartguardian program.
 

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From searching around DFI Street I have found that it is right above your CPU, its a very small chip. I put a Thermaltake all copper heatsink on it and it dropped about 10C. Also right above your power connector there are two more chips I suggest putting a ramsink on each one. And lastly I put one on my PCIE Ethernet which is inbetween the PCIE x16 and PCIE x1.<br />
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