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In your BIOS, you have to choose the "Advanced" menu then choose "Jumperfree Configuration" and select [Manual] then all your OCing options will appear including. It will include the Vcore, FSB speed, DRAM settings, AGP/PCI settings, etc. Now choose the "AGP/PCI frequencies (Mhz)" option. The default setting is [Auto], change it to [66.66/33.33] this will lock them place.
 

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Originally Posted by archer_456

In your BIOS, you have to choose the "Advanced" menu then choose "Jumperfree Configuration" and select [Manual] then all your OCing options will appear including. It will include the Vcore, FSB speed, DRAM settings, AGP/PCI settings, etc. Now choose the "AGP/PCI frequencies (Mhz)" option. The default setting is [Auto], change it to [66.66/33.33] this will lock them place.

Thanks! got it...
 
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