Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Mr Ham Cake

Can Someone Eplain The Folloing

Recommended Posts

Ya I have no idea what it all means. just take a look, if you can't explain all of it just say what you know. mobo is 6100-M9 by Biostar

BTW. Anyone know how to enable dual channel? is it called something different in bios or do i just need to have my ram in the right slots and thats how i get dual.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Well, I don't know what those things mean but I do know that you don't enable Dual Channel in bios. If you put the ram in the correct slot it will automatically be dual channel. :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

spread spectrum modulates the frequency (it goes faster then slower really fast) to reduce emi radiation... only useful in sweden where the emi cops are out to get you... pretty much a no-no for oc-ing...

 

err94 enh is either RevE or dual core additional support...

 

the rest is wtf... the 16/16 should be left at that setting, the frame buffer might be like the agp aperture for the onboard graphics but that's a guess...

 

does it not mention them in the bios section of the manual?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

the K8= cpu AMD64

NB= north brige

SB= south brige

 

that bios is really sweet all i can do on mine is 1 choice of 4x,3x,2.5,2 your let you set each one so lets say you put a big heatsink of your NB that would allow you to up the HTT muti for that part. pretty sweet idea too bad most of us including me wont find a use for it.

 

 

p.s you really dont have a video card? i suggest you get one it can speed your computer up quite a bit.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
spread spectrum modulates the frequency (it goes faster then slower really fast) to reduce emi radiation... only useful in sweden where the emi cops are out to get you... pretty much a no-no for oc-ing...

 

err94 enh is either RevE or dual core additional support...

 

the rest is wtf... the 16/16 should be left at that setting, the frame buffer might be like the agp aperture for the onboard graphics but that's a guess...

 

does it not mention them in the bios section of the manual?

603221[/snapback]

 

Ok thanks for the help, are all the nubers all right? Shou;d NB<->SB HT be 16/16? is that what you meant hardnrg? Thanks again for all the input.Kinda sucks I'm not reaching a FSB of 270 on +.15 vcore increase, anything i can do to get higher than about 265?

 

The video card is next on my shopping list, this 6100 crap is great compared to my MX4000.

Edited by Mr Ham Cake

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ok the things i see i know are the frame buffer which is how much RAM (system mem. should be reserved when there isn't enough ram on your vid card

 

and the spread spectrum, just go ahead and turn that off, all it does is make things unstable and serves no real purpose

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

×