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Mrwinky

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Jan 16, 2001
Ive got a Giga-byte 7xe board that only allows me to change the FSB. I purchased it with a duron 750. I've got it overclocked at 825 stable right now (110 FSB) when I change the FSB to 133 the machine sounds like its booting but I get no video. I thought the problem was with having pc100 ram, so i bought pc133 ram. But still I get the same problem, My video card is an ASUS geforce 2 mx (agp ) If you have any suggestions on why it's not working please let me know, I really dont want to make any changes to the chip its self.
 

Fink

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Dec 18, 2000
Can you bump up the processor voltage? That would be your best bet for booting. You might also try changing the AGP divider from 1/3 to 1/4 and lower the card to AGPX1 or X2. More conservitive memory timing would also help your OC. However, I would not hold my breath on this one, getting 133MHz is a challenge.