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Best setting for A7N8X-E Deluxe + TwinX pc3200XL?


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Anybody know whats the overclock speed achieved with the A7N8X-E Deluxe + 2x512mb TwinX pc3200XL with the 2-2-2-5 timing. I manage to get the 2-2-2-5 timing by default when you put them in on my mobo :laughing: A7N8X-E Deluxe amd 2500+ barton (oc 11x200) 3200+ 2x512mb twinX pc3200xl 2-2-2-5 Q-tec 400w psu Radeon 9600xt
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Please see this post on [URL=http://www.asusforums.org/showthread.php?t=530&page=5&pp=15]ASUSForums.org[/URL] and read the last post. In addition after you flash the bios I would load setup defaults and set the Dim Voltage to 2.7 Volts and then set the timings manually to Cass 2-3-2-5 as well. But this MB may not run as well as the Non -E version of the MB has run! However, with relaxed timings it does seem to over clock well!
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Using a fsb 208.8x11 2296.8mhz v2.8(memory) 2-2-2-5 24C/75F(memory), seem stable and ran memtest86 4 time passed error free. Gonna try push abit more. What the disadvantage using v2.8 instead of v2.7? Are the corsair pc3500 bh-5 better then pc3200xl? If i use Cass 2-3-2-5, then shouldn't i use pc3200ll instead of pc3200xl?
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[quote name='asusboy']Using a fsb 208.8x11 2296.8mhz v2.8(memory) 2-2-2-5 24C/75F(memory), seem stable and ran memtest86 4 time passed error free. Gonna try push abit more. What the disadvantage using v2.8 instead of v2.7? Are the corsair pc3500 bh-5 better then pc3200xl? If i use Cass 2-3-2-5, then shouldn't i use pc3200ll instead of pc3200xl?[/QUOTE] Please give a thread at least 24 hrs before bumping. No real disadvantage that I know of using the higher voltage, as they're still under warranty at that voltage. 3500 vs 3200XL? It's a really tough call. In 3200LL vs 3200XL, I'd go with 3200XL because of the ICs they use.
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