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Created On: 03/08/2006 05:26 PM
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 03/08/2006 10:22 PM
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thuglife
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so maybe he would like to keep his warranty intact maybe for a few days...
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Originally posted by: zir_blazer
With my english knowledge I understand properly my Posts. You must try harder But if you want that I rephase it anyways...

First, the BIOS temperature readings of the ASUS A8N-VM CSM are wrong. When I first started to use Central Brain Identifier to lower the Multiplier and Voltage of the Processor, after several hours the temperature readings of several applications (Central Brain Identifier and the BIOS itself), the temperature barely changed. It always was in the 45°C-47°C range no matter if it runned at 1 GHz with 1.1 Volts or 1.8 GHz with 1.4 Volts, yet the Heatsink is cold to touch (The temperature readings should be fixed with the BIOS 0702). On the other hand, the Voltage sensor also seems to be misreading (Or the Motherboard is overvolting) because at nominal specifications (1.4V) the BIOS, CBI and CPU-Z reads a fluctuating Voltage that is always 0.075-0.1V over the Voltage that is setted for it (If I use CBI and lower the Voltage to 1.1V, it will read a fluctuating 1.175-1.2V).
Second, overclocking with this Motherboard isn't easy because you got no Processor Multiplier, Processor Voltage and Memory Module Voltage options while the Base Clock is limited to 240 MHz only. That means that for almost any adjustement that you wanted to do, you must use Windows based Software.
Third, the Hyper Transport Frecuency option in the BIOS is called "GeForce 6150 to Processor HT Frecuency" or something like that and you can select from 200 MHz to 1.6 GHz. You should select 800 MHz or lower.



That's what I thought you said the first time, but I wasn't 100% sure.

Thanks, blazer.
 03/08/2006 11:03 PM
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Originally posted by: thuglife
so maybe he would like to keep his warranty intact maybe for a few days...


warranty? warranty? i don't need no steeeenkin warranteeeeeeee...

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 03/08/2006 11:17 PM
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Rico
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Originally posted by: thuglife
i dont think anyone sayd it yet,

overclocking VOIDS your warranty !!!!!



how will they know if you've oc'd your pc? if it's a prebuilt just reset the cmos before you take it back and all will be good.

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