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Old 01-07-2007, 11:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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okay i see what you are saying...
you just upped fsb and didnt have to raise any voltage.
gotcha.
hmm, unless, like you say, your mobo doesnt support it.
is the current bios the first you have used?
does maybe an older one contain fan control?
yeah i looked at your mobo's specs and it says plain as day that it supports it.
maybe you could contact their tech support and they may be able to answer without all this head scratchin, cos i'm stumped.
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Old 01-08-2007, 02:07 PM   #12 (permalink)
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okay i see what you are saying...
you just upped fsb and didnt have to raise any voltage.
gotcha.
hmm, unless, like you say, your mobo doesnt support it.
is the current bios the first you have used?
does maybe an older one contain fan control?
yeah i looked at your mobo's specs and it says plain as day that it supports it.
maybe you could contact their tech support and they may be able to answer without all this head scratchin, cos i'm stumped.
I think my last option will be to contact them. If I can't get anything, I'll just buy a bigger 120mm CPU HS&F so it's a lot quieter.
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