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PCI clock tracking the HT bus

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Help!

 

Everytime I open nTune it gives me this message:

 

Warning: Your PCI clock is currently set to track the HT bus. If you adjust the clock for the HT bus, the PCI bus clock will change as well. Please consult your motherboard manual to determine how to disable this behavior before proceding.

 

NVIDIA is not responsible for data loss or hardware damage resulting from ignoring this message.

 

The message seems to be valid because whenever I raise the Memory bus above 380Mhz the PCI bus goes to 38Mhz and my wireless and sound card dont work untill I lower it back to 380Mhz. I scowered the manual and the forums to find somthing like this but have been unsucessfull. I also got the most recent BIOS for my motherboard and the most recent drivers for NF4 and the most recent nTune. If anyone knows how to fix this it would be greatly appreciated. And I will hail you as the god of all that is computers, a PC Viceroy if you would. Anyway, thanks for reading.

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Don't use nTune.

 

AFAIK the PCI bus speed is 1/3 of the PCI-Express bus. If nTune is changing the PCI-Express bus speed then this would cause your PCI bus speeds to vary.

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Forget about windows overclock. I had similar experience and I got worried about pci clock being too high.

 

OC through the bios and it wont happen.

 

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Ntune = will kill your motherboard and possibly other components attached to it

 

avoid at all costs

 

read the Overclocking guide in the AMD Overclocking section to learn how to overclock correctly

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