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PCI eXpress Frequency on DFI LP UT CFX3200

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Hi, i got this nice mainboard last week and wanted to overclock my opteron 165 a little. Unfortunately i cant find an answer to a very important question.

 

My question is: Where can i set/fix the PCI eXpress Frequency to 100Mhz in the Bios? After going through the Bios twice i couldnt find anything. Or does the mainboard fix automatically to 100 Mhz even when i overclock.

 

Thanks

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I 'm not trying to be an butt, but I believe you are mistaken.

 

You can lock the pci express frequency in the Genie bios settings, I believe it is the second option; PCI Bus settings or something like that. It is under the DRAM settings menu option.

 

This is off the top of my head, since I am at work and my computer is at home, but you do not specify a frequency, you just enable the pci express lock. You should also imho enable pci express reset as well.

 

Hope this helped, good luck.

 

Cholito, you need to consider making a sig if you want to keep your DFI-Street priviledges, the Mods are a tough bunch if you can't follow the rules!

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Nah, there's no option to lock the PCI-E or PCI bus in the bios. It is locked solid though, to at least 370 HTT so far..

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Ok, thanks for the help. Looks like there is really no option for PCIe Frequency. I just wanted to make sure.

 

The only thing i could find was "PCIe Common Clock" (enable/disable (default)) under Pcie configuration. Any idea what it is for?

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I'm with CPDMF and Mussels, just rebooted and ran through the CMOS and there is no option to control or lock the PCI-E clock in either Genie BIOS or PCIE Configuration

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