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Old 30th July, 2002, 06:01 AM
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Can't run faster than 166 FSB, Why?

I can't seem to run faster than 166 FSB under load. My XP is locked so all I have is 10.5 x. If I set it at anything under 166 or over 133 it will not boot at all. I can boot all the way up to 170 FSB, but it will not run windows for very long. I have tried the following:
AGP set to 2x and 1x
Memory timings at Normal
Primary/Secondary Master/Slave UDMA at 66 ATA (main drive is 100ATA)
Vcore voltage 2.0v
DIMM voltage 2.9v


Any other suggestions?
I wanna hit 1800, what do I gotta try?
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