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Old 12-21-2005, 10:04 PM   #1
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Default Voltage probs.

I've done alot of research with this. I'm running:

AMD S939 Athlon 64 3500 VENICE W/ SSE3!!!
Asus A8N-E nForce 4 PCI-E
200G Western Digital
Old 40x CD Burner
1G Generic PC3200 RAM (2x512MB)
Sapphire ATi x800GTO
450 Watt Antec PS

Ok, so I was reading OVerclocking Articles, and I see an old one about an AMD Thunderbird hitting like 900MHz (700MHz default), and they had the voltage at 1.8V. Now, my motherboard lets me hit 1.6V max... yet a motherboard from like 5 years ago, and a (porbobly) 200Watt PS from like 6 years ago can get to 1.8V, yet my NEW PS and NEW motherboard won't let me go past 1.6V? Ok, so now you're wondering why I might want to raise my volts to higher than 1.7. I need more voltage you see, my CPU can go past it's current OC of 2.6Ghz from 2.2, I want to hit at least 2.7Ghz STABLE. I hit anything higher than 2.65 and it crashes, from what it seems to be POWER. I run 2.6Ghz at like 38 Celcius, I should be able to OC to 2.8 and manage 45max. So, does anyone know how to unlock the voltage or something?

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Old 12-21-2005, 10:43 PM   #2
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bumpedy wumpedy some1 answer!!!

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Old 12-22-2005, 04:31 AM   #3
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try flashing the mobo bios. And try to find some bios that is designed for overclocking, and make sure that it's 100% compatible with ur mobo
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