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Evertime I OC it, it becomes less and less stable at higher speeds. It's not even that stable at 2.64 at 1.600 Volts......

Can you tell whats wrong?
 

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Originally Posted by andy8125

Evertime I OC it, it becomes less and less stable at higher speeds. It's not even that stable at 2.64 at 1.600 Volts......

Can you tell whats wrong?

The bad new is that, IMO, most VIA based mobo's do not OC stable very well.

What kind of stability problems are you having, reboots, windows freezing, BSOD?
 

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The bad new is that, IMO, most VIA based mobo's do not OC stable very well.

What kind of stability problems are you having, reboots, windows freezing, BSOD?

windows freezing

BTW what's BSOD?
 

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BSOD = "Blus Screen Of Death"

My mind has come to complete blank at the moment, LOL
What do you have RAM set at? freq and voltage
Have you made sure you locked the AGP/PCI frequencies at 66/33?

The Mobo Bios doesn't give the option of those 2 frequencies...

It only gives the CPU host.
 

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in that case, get a better mobo because if u cant change the voltages in the ram and agp stuff, u wont be able to get such a great OC so mayb go for a asus or abit
 

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in that case, get a better mobo because if u cant change the voltages in the ram and agp stuff, u wont be able to get such a great OC so mayb go for a asus or abit

I CAN'T SPEND SO MUCH MONEY!!!!!
 

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I found the AGB voltages...the options were 1.5V-1.8V

Is DRAM Voltage for the memory? If yes , I Just found out i have both voltages..

But it gives these options : 2.8-2.5V

I'm not sure at all

Don't board makers have the option to actually unlock the multiplier when they make the board? Just like one of the bugs of the new bios on one of the ASUS boards.

I went to this computer guy who was about 30 20min. away from home and he told me to just change the CPU ratio. I found that was unlocked. Weird isn't it..
Is it possible to OC the motherboard to unlock multiplier?
 

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ok...sooorrrryyy..my bad. then what else can u adjust in your bios? mem timings, feq, and are you sure there is no pci lock
 

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ok...sooorrrryyy..my bad. then what else can u adjust in your bios? mem timings, feq, and are you sure there is no pci lock

i'll list it:

DRAM Clock
DRAM Timing
SDRAM CAS Latency
Bank Interleave
Precharge to Active(Trp)
Active to Precharge(Tras)
Active to CMD(Trcd)
DRAM Command Rate
DRAM Burst Len
AGB Voltage
CPU Vcore Select
DRAM Voltage
CPU Clock
CPU Clock Ratio ( Locked)
Spread Spectrum
 
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