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Old 25th June, 2003, 05:15 PM
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Me and a QDI Kinetiz-7E-A

Hi,
i'm just trying to work at 1529.5 MHz with a AMD Athlon XP 1800+ (Thoroughbred) on a QDI Kinetiz 7E-A. In order to do this I need to work at 133 MHz FSB (removing the jumper on the MB). The result is a system that is unable to get Windows XP SP1 and reboots continuosly. When the FSB is setted at 100 MHz (1150 MHz) the system works just fine. The graphic card is a ALL IN WONDER ATI 7200 series.
Of course I flashed the latest bios and even a beta bios designed for a better compatibility with newest Athlon XP processors.
From the QDI forum I know people who claim that MB and CPU can work at FSB 133 MHz. Temperature or power supply problems are indicated by the moderator of the forum as possible reasons for this trouble. Indeed, the temperature of the CPU at FSB 100 MHz is low and I tried to work just with hard disk and graphic card (which means I disconnected DVD-ROM, CD-Writer, another H-Disk, firewire card, sound card that work just fine when FSB is 100 MHz). Finally, the SDRAM wrks at 133 MHz (I got the information by SiSandra).
Can anybody help me?


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