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Overclocking Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by [S]huttle, 12 Jun 2004.

  1. [S]huttle

    [S]huttle What's a Dremel?

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    I have a question about overclocking the Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe. I have the Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe, Bios 1011 with an XP2600+ AIUHB 0245XPDW stepping code which is unlocked. I'm running

    SilverStone Strider Series 400 Watts PSU with PFC
    Kingston 1GB Kit HyperX PC3200 DDR 400MHz
    Radeon 9000
    Polarflo water cooling kit

    I got as high: Core Speed 2274.3, Mulitplier x10.0, FSB 227.4, Bus speed 454.9MHz. Now my question is could I go any higher ? I set the FSB to 229 I think, and wouldn't boot up.
     
  2. Spiral Architect

    Spiral Architect Cooked on Phonics

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    Thats quite an impressive fsb with that board. I couldn't get mine passed 210.
     
  3. olv

    olv he's so bright

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    Why don't you find out? Did you increase the chipset voltage (if the option is there)? what CPU voltage where you using? Thats a fairly low overall core speed so try upping the multiplier to 11 and then increasing the fsb from around 210 and see how high you can go clockspeed wise.

    Don't forget to post results in the SuperPi thread
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  4. TheGod

    TheGod What's a Dremel?

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    i too :confused:
     
  5. [S]huttle

    [S]huttle What's a Dremel?

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    It's running at 1.65.. So up it to 1.70 and bump the to 11 ??
     
  6. Highland3r

    Highland3r Minimodder

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    try 227 * 10.5 giving 2383 mhz, give it 1.7 as well, unless it'll do this speed on 1.65.
    Have you checked its fully stable at the current speeds (ie a good long run of Prime95)??
     

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