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  1. #376
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    Wraith 413 your CPU is overclocked

    cos you run it 400+ MHz than default settings.
    It is not make a sense cos you set RAM divider in BIOS.

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  2. #377
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    Re: How do you Overclock a A64?

    Anyone have documentation on the Venice memory divisors, it appears that, on my 3000+ the divisors work like this:

    MHz Div.
    200 = 09
    183 = 10
    166 = 11
    133 = 13
    100 = 18
    216 = 08
    233 = 7.5??
    250 = 07

    but arn't divisor's lower then the cpu multi illegal?
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  3. #378
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    Re: How do you Overclock a A64?

    There is a chart in post 26 here that may help: http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.p...5&postcount=26

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    Re: How do you Overclock a A64?

    The tables in that link do not cover the Venice, apparently the Venice can have divisors that are lower then the Max CPU Multiplier.

    I.E. at 200MHz HTT a Venice 3000+ supports 100, 133 166, 183, 200, 216, 233, and 250Mhz, so the what 150, 128 and 120 divisors were dropped?

    I'd really like to find a copy of the bit values that are programed into the memory controller.

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  5. #380
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    Re: How do you Overclock a A64?

    I dropped the HTT, I think its called that, 5 to 4

    Then did 12x225 for even 2700

    Thanks for info

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