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dreamie

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State your CPU multiplier, FSB speed, rated speed of ram and motherboard revision.

Mine cant get past 145MHz FSB even @ multiplier 10. I'm on AXP 1800+ AGOGA-Y 0202. A7V333 revision 1.02.

:beer:
 
Bon3thugz43v3r said:
Unlocked XP 2000+ 12 x 159 = 1908 mhz. 512 pc2100 ddr ram. Regular north bridge cooling. 1.8 vcore.
Wouldnt it be better to up the FSB to 166 to get the 1/5 divider to kick in? 159FSB seems a strange setting.
 
can you do 145fsb though? if not then lowere your mem multi or increse pcu and mem volts
 
dxiw said:
can you do 145fsb though? if not then lowere your mem multi or increse pcu and mem volts

i seldom explore the BIOS of my mobo :D . care to enlighten me on where to increase voltage of these? :D :D
 
dreamie said:


i seldom explore the BIOS of my mobo :D . care to enlighten me on where to increase voltage of these? :D :D
He meant cpu voltage or vcore which is in your BIOS screen the vdimm or memory voltage is adjusted via jumpers on the board.
 
OC Detective said:

He meant cpu voltage or vcore which is in your BIOS screen the vdimm or memory voltage is adjusted via jumpers on the board.

thanks!


/me takes out mobo manual and starts reading it :D
 
I'm running an XP1600 AGOIA, @ 175FSB, Crucial 2100, Vcore 1.8v. What a nice board, and I just saw that the RAID refurb model is only $49 @ newegg. Hmm, may have to get another..
 
Sorry, i have a qns again..

I cant find the pins on my mobo for changng AGP and DIMM voltages. Only found CPU VCore and VID limit.

:(
 
Just above the AGP slot there are 2 undocumented jumpers
J1 and J2, with them it is possible to adjust the DIMM/RAM voltage. The settings are:

JP1 [1-2] - JP2 [1-2] = 2.50volt
JP1 [2-3] - JP2 [1-2] = 2.65volt
JP1 [1-2] - JP2 [2-3] = 2.75volt
JP1 [2-3] - JP2 [2-3] = 2.80volt
 
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