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SOLVED FIC AD11 Problem - Any suggestions?

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rapha

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Hi

I'm running an FIC AD11 DDR motherboard. It really is a great board, very stable (running at 10.5x133).

When I adjust the multiplier, it's fine (I've been up to 11x133) when I adjust the FSB settings the board posts but comes up with a Hard disk boot error. It does this at any multiplier at 100 FSB and 133 FSB.

The voltages are all over the place. At default vcore is 1.83v, if I adjust it with jumpers to its lowest setting of 1.7v it comes up as 1.78v. 3.3v reads 3.39v and vio reading is 3.1v (should be 2.5v!!) I think that this may be causing the FSB overclock problem but there is no way to adjust the vio voltage. I thought it may be a bad board but I've seen at least one other post talking about the same problem.

I've emailed FIC but no response.

Anyone else running an AD11 with this problem?

R

Specs:
AD11
Athlon 1.3Mhz cpu / Alpha Pal6035 with Delta 7000rpm fan
2 x 256Mb Crucial PC2100 DDR modules
Geforce GTS 2 64Mb Video
IBM 60Gb HD
Antec 300w Power supply