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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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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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Old 02-19-06, 05:14 PM   #26
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Default Re: BFG 6800GT listed at 11.9MHz GPU clocks

Followed your instructions now after a clean install. Is your driver date 03052005? And is the only component in add/remove programs related to the agp driver called: "Uli pci to agp controller driver"?
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Old 02-19-06, 05:24 PM   #27
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Followed your instructions now after a clean install. Is your driver date 03052005? And is the only component in add/remove programs related to the agp driver called: "Uli pci to agp controller driver"?
I have that Driver and a ULi AGP driver. And where is this driver date you are talking about?
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Old 02-20-06, 03:29 AM   #28
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So you have both ULI agp driver and Uli pci to agp controller driverl listed in add remove programs and you got them after removing your previous stuff and installing only ULi Integrated driver 2.13?

In my device manager I have the ULI agp 2.30 driver if you right click this and select properties you will see the driver date.
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Old 02-20-06, 10:55 AM   #29
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Yeah Same date.

Go here http://www.asrock.com/support/downlo...=939Dual-SATA2 and download the ULi AGP Driver ver 2.30. Uninstall your nvidia driver and install that, and then reinstall your nvidia driver. Give it a try, like I said I spent all day Saturday installing different driver combinations. And I finally hit the sweet spot. But in doing all of it, I never had to reinstall windows.
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Old 02-22-06, 11:42 PM   #30
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Not bad. Mine for comparison:
03: 14050 (445/1180)
05: 6327 (450/1240)
06: 2739 (420/1150)

Cpu: 2400mhz
That's really weird. I have NEVER seen my 03 scores even close to that, or 05, and yet I was able to push out over 2900 from my 6800GT. It was oc'ed at about 425, I can't remember what settings I was using cause I didn't note it when I ran it, cause I figured I could get better, and never did.

But yes, on the topic, my 6800GT always reports 11Mhz, unless it's stock I think it will then display 350, but I'm not sure that I've ever payed attention to that.
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