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Thread: easytune4 onGA-7VA problems




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    l have this problem :
    There are 3 modes for AGP/PCI/DRAM clock settings:
    1) Linear Mode: In this mode AGP/PCI/DRAM clock figures are change
    2) Divider Mode: In this mode you are able to change the divider value of AGP/PCI/DRAM.
    3) Async Mode: In this mode you are able to change the AGP/PCI/DRAM clock value individually.
    l can't go in async mode
    can you help me?
    thanks
    ganea

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    Forget Easytune and get into the BIOS and do the job properly as software overclockin' sux. ;)
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    but esytune is a prg that l like
    tks anyway
    ganea

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    But that's all it is, a program and it don't work until it loads and is likely to become corrupted just like any other software while the BIOS is the way to go as it's independant of the operatin' system and once set can be forgotten about which can't be said for software but that just my opinion. : peace2:
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    so, you said to oc from bios, and only check with that soft which is the best for my system?
    OK
    but the problem still exist:
    how could l change the AGP/PCI/DRAM clock value individually

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    Ok as I'm packin' here to move house tomorrow I can't access my manuals but if I remember rightly ya must change one settin' to user define from auto and when ya at the main BIOS page press CTRL+F1 and see if any hidden menus show up as Gigabyte love to hide some this way. ;)
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