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Old 31st January 2005, 13:15   #1
Desert Eagle
 
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Default Memory devider on Asus A7N8X-del rev2.0

I'm trying to get the highest possible memoryspeed out of my system/memory. CPU is running @ 2400mhz, rockstable, and its got 2*512 OCZ Gold rev 3.0 pc3700 in it.
I got the possibility to change the memorydevider in %(bios)

Now, my question is:
Is it also possible to run my memory @120%

My system is running now on fsb219*11mp=2400mhz with mem devider @100% 1:1
If i set it @ 120% in bios, system doesn't boot.
Maybe its just not possible, or I forgot something to do?
Lowering the memoryfrequency is working, but thats lowering the mem bandwith speed.

Onfortunatly cpu is mp locked


 
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