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|8th June 2005, 15:54||#1|
How to overcome the FSB wall on a MSI Neo plat S754?
I am stuck at 225 FSB and I have already tried memory dividers and timings (3-4-4-10 2T), CPU multipliers, CPU and memory voltage, using the locked SATA ports 3 and 4.
Intresting is that with a single stick of Kingmax PC4000 it reaches 240 FSB.
450W be quiet PSU
3200+ Newcastle + XP 120
2x512 Corsair 3200XL
Sapphire 9800PRO + Silencer
120GB Seagate SATA 200.7
bios 1.4, WIN2000
Anyone got an idea how to beat the wall down?
|8th June 2005, 16:06||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
seems to be the motherboard;
in our review max HTT is only ~230Mhz
|8th June 2005, 17:09||#3|
hmmm, 7x CPU multiplier = 300, I might have to try to that today
if the prices of DFI weren't such a rip-off here
It would be nice to have the pifast comparisons in % so the diffeence at stock becomes more of a value
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