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Thread: I have a question about the fsb of memory




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    I wouldn't use wcpuid as its not accurate anymore so just stick with CPU-Z. Now manually the FSB to 250MHz leavin' the other settings alone and take another screen shot of CPU-Z.

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    I have no idea how to set the fsb. This setting is not accessible in the bios. If you know something I don't then let me know.
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    Here's a shot of cpuz after I set it up according to ocz
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    I hope that ya have the A1 Overclock Tuner set to manual then set the CPU External Frequency (FSB) to 250.

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    I don't have that option. It's at 200mhz, and I can't change it. And yes it is set at manual. I guess the only way they want you to overclock it is through the AI overclocker.
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    You can change it, once ya select that setting just use the + or - keys to change the value up or down and that is set to 270 on mine. The auto overclock feature of the A1 Overclock Tuner is only there for those who don't understand how to manipulate the other settings but it is still limited in what it can do.

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    WOW, I feel extremely STUPID. Yah, all's you have to do is hit the -, or the + key. I only put it at 218 for now. Just about every time I screw with the bios a VFAT error message pops up before it boots up. I've never seen this message before. It's like the blue screen of death, but it's not a fatal exception error. I know you don't know anything about this due to you having xp. Thanks for all your help. What speed is 250 mhz? 2.8 gig? I don't know
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    With a 250MHz FSB ya'll be runnin' at 3.25GHz and ya vfat.vxd prob is associated with .vxd files that arn't loaded with the os but this will tell ya all that files that need to be loaded and how to do it (it's easy).

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    Wow, yr a smart fella bubba, thanks
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    Well, I cranked it up to 225 and it's staying pretty cool still. Check it out.
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