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Old 03-04-2006, 08:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just want to know if the bios on this board has PCI-E voltage control. I've been looking everywhere and I don't see it. I don't think there is but I just want to make sure.
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I'll get back to you a little later. My computer is at my friend's house.

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Cool thanks. BTW is there like a beta bios that i could use to get the voltage control if there is none?
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I have a small question for you... Why do you need PCIe voltage control..? Just wondering

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Because I want to raise the PCI-E clock past 120MHz and have it stable.
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Anyone? Ryan?
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sorry, never made it out. I know for sure I'll be there today and get back ASAP.

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Thanks, it's not a big rush I just wanted to know.
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Yes it does, just please be very careful with it. I wasnt paying attention to how I set my voltage and frequencies and I fried my x800
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Where is it in the bios?
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