seriously knock that down another notch... you're running your RAM way higher than spec.
LanPirate1!I tried! If I lower it to DDR800, she wont post, just shuts down, starts up, shuts down, you get the picture. I'm almost afraid to touch it, its rock solid right now. And isnt ok if Intel setups run async? I'm getting a 22 sec super-pi and almost 36,000 in 3DMark01
What are your bios settings that enable you to set fsb@266?Hey there I have this board aswell:
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I basically set these to the above recommended settings. I would be VERY interested to hear the settings of those going above 266mhz FSB since this is a VERY sweet spot sensitive motherboard. So if you have gone above it we need to hear the EXACT settings since even changing the divider (down or up) causes a no boot so I assume all boards can hit certain sweet spots as long as the other devices can keep up (such as mem).
I got a BSOD then raised the mem voltage to 1.95v then was ok.
Yes I can overclock this with an E4300, I am using the Gskill 5400 cas4 ram (non LA) that can do the 888mhz 5-6-6-15 required.
would you mind post screenshots of everest memory benchs?Exactly as lanpirate described Though setting the PCI express to 100 works a little better as it actually sets the bus to 100mhz at 266mhz fsb. You can confirm this using clockgen (google for link) and using the same PLL as the P5B-deluxe.
Very grateful for your concern!
Hi there. I hope this gets out to specsen. I just wanted to say to him(/her...) that I've had this issue as well. I installed the P5B-vm in an Aspire X-Qpack case which includes on of their (I think) 420w PSUs.I just got this set up
I bought a new PSU and it acts all crazy.. When I hit the power button to turn it on, it comes on for about 1/4 of a second shuts off. Stays off for about a second and then turns on. And sometimes it does that when I reboot as well. Any ideas?