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(3200+ "venice")

I've tried everything to get from 2.4ghz to 2.5 even...

I tried timings with my memory (starting to think the flashy led's were a bad choice..lol) voltage (past 2.9v it doesnt even boot).

I know this thing hast to be able to at least make 2.5ghz from just what i've seen, I mean I know all processors are different but with people hitting 250mhz above me... I must be doing something wrong. Anyone have any ideas?

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K here we go, (Note: somethings I couldnt find, guess because I dont have a DFI board I dunno but anyway here it is..)

 

 

Asus A8N 32-SLI-Deluxe NVIDIA Socket 939 ATX Motherboard

 

AMD Athlon 64 3200+ 2.0GHz (venice)

 

Corsair 1024MB PC3200 DDR 400 MHz CL2 Memory(LED's)

 

XFX 7900 GTX, ForceWare Release 90

Version: 91.31

 

Western Digital / Raptor / 74GB / 10K / 8MB / SATA-150 / OEM / Hard Drive

 

Sony 16x DVD-ROM / Black / Cyberlink Software / DVD Drive

 

OCZ / PowerStream / 600-Watt

 

 

 

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http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/Titanburner/bios1.jpg

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/Titanburner/bios2.jpg

 

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[b]Genie BIOS Settings:[/b]

[color=red]

CPU Overclock In Mhz............................ 450mhz

Hammer FID Control.............................. not found

AGP Overclock In Mhz............................ not found

LDT/FSB Frequency Ratio......................... 245





CPU VID Control................................. not found

Chip Set Voltage Control........................ not found

Memory Voltage Control.......................... 2.8v

AGP Voltage Control............................. not found

Processor Voltage............................... 1.5v



[b]DRAM Configuration Settings:[/b]

[color=red]

Max Memclock (Mhz).............................. 200mhz

1T/2T Memory Timing............................. 2T

CAS# latency (Tcl).............................. 3

RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd)....................... 4

Min RAS# active time (Tras)..................... 8

Row Precharge Time (Trp)........................ 3

Write Recovery Time (Twr)....................... 3 CLK

RAS# to RAS# delay (Trrd)....................... Auto

Row refresh timg (Trfc)......................... Auto

Row Cycle Time (Trc)............................ Auto

Wite-to-Read Delay (Twtr)....................... not found

Read-to-Write Delay (trwt)...................... Auto

Refresh Rate (Tref)............................. 7.8 us

Write CAS Latency (Twcl)........................ 1

Max Asynchronous Latency (Twcl)................. 1

Read Preamble................................... 5.5 ns

Dynamic Counter................................. not found

DRAM Drive Strenght............................. Normal

DDR Data Drive Strength......................... Auto

DRAM Bank Interleaving.......................... Enabled

32-Byte Granularity............................. 4 beats[/color]

 

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CPU-Z:

 

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/Titanburner/cpuz.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

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short description:

245x10 @ 2450Mhz, 1.500v

3-4-3-8 @ 2.80v

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guess you didnt take the time to read them rules before you said I DID. rule # 2 lol pic 800x600

what are you useing clockgen or ntune?

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ms means are you using software to overclock your computer?

software are usually unrealiable... so you gotta do it in bios..

asus bios's are limited ( not found..lol) so if your serious about overclocking.. get a dfi board :)

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ms means are you using software to overclock your computer?

software are usually unrealiable... so you gotta do it in bios..

asus bios's are limited ( not found..lol) so if your serious about overclocking.. get a dfi board :)

 

Limited yes, but so far I really cant tell the difference... maybe you can explain it to me? More options yes, but how frequently are they used? So far everyone that ive seen that has used a DFI board has got pretty much the same results as with a ASUS board... and the options that matter "most" I have, so why spend another 100 bucks or so just yet? I can see maybe way later on when 939 is truly outdated, but until then I see no reason to change. A opteron 165 with CCB1E stepping is pretty much getting the same amount of speed increase on a DFI as a ASUS sooo..? Dont get me wrong though, if I had to do it over again id get a DFI, but live and learn, and from what im seeing paying out $100 for a DFI is a waste of money, especially when I have a pretty decent dated mobo that works great. I might be wrong though, maybe there is some HUGE difference, but if there is and you have examples of how HUGE then maybe you could show me?

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Because no-one replies on the Asus forum and as for there official website - sheesh talk about slow and underpowered.

 

Friend of mine wanted some help flashing the BIOS on his A8N SLI SE, took me 2 mins to load a page on a 4MB connection...told him it be easier and quicker to buy a different mobo! LOL

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I dont know about asus but i think 315 fsb and a 10x multi speaks for itself, click the ocdb link in my sig. look at the ggg thread for 165's too there are some good ones in there but like i said i haven't seen to many of asus overclocks.

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