Re: Having some issues...
I had that board,try upping the north bridge voltage a small notch.At stock vram voltage I doubt the mobo is giving it enough voltage.You need to make sure the chipset is getting enough voltage.When I had it at defaults,it bluescreened on me at random times for no 'good' reason,even though with memtest 86,it ran for 8 to 12 hours straight with ZERO errors.
Now,your PS,were you using it before with the 4200 X2 ? Also are you expiriencing these blue screens under Vista AND XP ?
.......or just Vista ? With that mobo,I was getting similar problems oc'ing
under Vista Ultimate X86,with zero probs under XP SP2.
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