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Old 02-19-06, 04:03 PM   #25
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Default Re: BFG 6800GT listed at 11.9MHz GPU clocks

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Originally Posted by jolle
Those are about the HyperTransport bus, dividers. (Incase anyone missed it)
if you OC the FSB/HTT to for example 250mhz from 200, you should set BOTH to 800, since that means a 4 Divider (1000 = 5 divider, 200x5) and you get 250x4 = 1000mhz, OCing you want to avoid going above 1000mhz on the HTT for stability..

Here is a 939Dual FAQ which is sortof handy:
http://www.ocworkbench.com/ocwbcgi/u...0;t=005271;p=0
That board has a special "AsRock" section with good info on this mobo (and other Asrock ones).
Yes I read that, some good info. I set them to 1000 because for the time being I'm not planing on OCing the CPU. Hell I lived with a locked Compaq XP3000+ for over 3 years. Going to this A64 3700+ is like going from a Pinto to a Vette. So I'm fine on the stock speeds........for now.
And another reason I set them myself is I have read from a few other people not to trust the ASRock bios. If it says "Auto" just go ahead and set it. So...I did.
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