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Old 7th September 2004, 16:50   #1
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ok, i jus got my new abit board in.....and i still cant get my fsb over 200, im using ocz pc3200 1gb platinum....not the revision 2, the old revision 2-3-2-5 timings. ive raised the mem voltage, chipset voltage, im using a mobile 2500 chip, nf7-s mobo rev2. i cant use the 12.5 multi anymore, but 12 and 13 are safe. my mem shoudl be able to hit 220 with the stock timings, i have tried to loosen the timings. any ideas??? cuz im stumped
Old 7th September 2004, 17:06   #2
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tried with lower multi already?
Old 7th September 2004, 23:49   #3
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as low as 10
Old 28th September 2004, 01:00   #4
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I know this is an oldie but ssl I have a very similar setup to you and have had the same problems (abit nf7-s, athlon-m 2500+, corsair ram, 450w antec psu). I've got a new antec 450w psu that provides enough juice, new xp athlon-m 2500+, low cpu temps, good memory, but i still can't get past 200fsb (can get to 202 but thats absolute max). The 2500+ is on 1.775v so I don't have much more headway. Have you had any luck?
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no luck yet, im gonna try overclocking it from windows with the nvidia sys utility, gonna set my multi to 11, and voltage to 1.9 in the bios, and see how i can get it in windows, and prime it while im slowly movin it up...if it goes up at all
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Same board you have NF7-S R2. XP2600+ M 12x200; 11x215 @1.650 Volt; 12.5x200 @1.775 Volt.

I am running it about 16 hours day 12x200.

Sys 2 NF7 XP1700+ 10.5x200 @1.775 using PC2700.

May be your BIOS setup.

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Old 28th September 2004, 03:54   #7
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Have eather of you tried the l12 mod on your mobiles yet?

I've never had the problem with mine but HaLDoL told me he once had a mobile that wouldn't do 200 fsb no matter what he tried. He did an l12 mod on it and it went straight to ~240 fsb without braking a sweat.
Old 28th September 2004, 13:16   #8
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i tried the L12. my system wont power on with it.....maybe i did it wrong
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Old 28th September 2004, 16:16   #10
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bah, ill try it again later, for now i gotta get around to tryin nvsys utility
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