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Asus A8R32-MVP, can someonr please explain...?

Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by footman, 30 May 2006.

  1. footman

    Mobster

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    As you can see from my sig. Ive managed an overclock but without any understanding of memory dividers. If anyone has this board or similar could you please explain how I can put in a divider to control the memory?
    thanks for looking
     
  2. Indy500

    Capodecina

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    Looks like the divider's set already.

    HTT = 280
    RAM = 233

    Right?
     
  3. footman

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    yes, but that was done leaving everything on auto, I would like to learn how to do it myself.
     
  4. Indy500

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    Should be in a section titled "DRAM settings" or something similar, I havent used that board so I'm not 100% sure. If theres a submenu for clock\voltage settings it'll be under that.
     
  5. footman

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    All I can find is a section called "memclock mode" that lists clock speeds from 100MHz up to 250MHz. So would setting it at lower than the default of 200MHz be called setting a didvider?
     
  6. vanandjuanunited

    Soldato

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    Spot on. Run it at 166 or 133 and the overclock will do he rest. :)
     
  7. footman

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    cheers m8...and why are you awake so early? :)
     
  8. vanandjuanunited

    Soldato

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    Could ask the same off you.
    Dont sleep too well at the best of times. 6 hours is usualy enough.
    Stop talking and get clocking. :p
     
  9. footman

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    ATM 2.8 is the most I can get out of this chip, but I'll up the memory voltage and push it higher as its "guaranteed" to run at 3.05GHz.
    Im swapping it out shortly for an apparently highly clockable opty 165 so I wanted to clear up some of the technical stuff first...cheers.