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Thread: hey what's the best setting for 2100+xp




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    I have asus A7N8X deluxe running 2100+xp it has a phenoix

    bios. I can't seem to get it to o'clock. What CPU V core

    voltage and CPU frequency should be set at? Can

    you give more Info to get the best out of my CPU.

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    Sorry but a lot will depend on the core (whether Palamino, Thoroghbred A or Thoroughbred B) and luck plus I'm not sure if the Asus BIOS has the exact same settin's as the EPoX version (both the same BIOS though) but there are a few others here with that mobo that may help out. ;)
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    Thanks anyways anyone here have any ideas

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    But what core version do you have as this will be a large factor in indicating what maybe possible for you? :?:
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    Is there a way to tell which core you have without yanking the CPU??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    But what core version do you have as this will be a large factor in indicating what maybe possible for you? :?:
    <center>:cheers:</center>
    Sorry but I cant find the core version anywhere
    all I know my highest v core voltage can be set to 1.85v

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    Well Palaminoes have their details on the core face while Thoroughbreds have their details on a sticker place on the bases upper surface. ;)
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    go into bios and select default settings. The mobo should detect cpu type and set core voltage. If voltage is about 1.75, its a palomino. If 1.6 to 1.65 its a tbred a OR b, if 1.5 to 1.6 its a A.


    http://www.overclockers.com/tips00173/5

    Overclocking can have as much to do with your memory as anything else. Raising fsb stresses memory and it can be the limiting factor.

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