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Old 5th June, 2002, 09:33 PM
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OVERCLOCK FSB...................how

how do i overclock my PC133 SD Ram using an ASUS K7a 133 mobo with Award BIOS(duh)




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Do you mean the A7V with the Via KT133 chipset? I believe this board has the grey BIOS screen as opposed to the traditional blue BIOS screen from Award. There's a setting in the BIOS for frequency. There's also another setting that says something like memory speed which has options of 100 and 133. If you set it at 133, your memory will run 33Mhz higher than your FSB. If you need more info, I'll check that particular rig tonight and see what the exact settings are in the BIOS.
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Do you mean the A7V with the Via KT133 chipset? I believe this board has the grey BIOS screen as opposed to the traditional blue BIOS screen from Award. There's a setting in the BIOS for frequency. There's also another setting that says something like memory speed which has options of 100 and 133. If you set it at 133, your memory will run 33Mhz higher than your FSB. If you need more info, I'll check that particular rig tonight and see what the exact settings are in the BIOS.
Actually, to be specific, your memory will run at 4/3 times your FSB speed with the 133 memory speed.
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