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Old 04-13-2004, 06:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How come when I set the Performance Mode to Turbo in my bios on my Asus P4P800, my computer fails to start up?

Also, does the AI-Overclocking feature on my motherboard provide a safe and stable way to overclock(I don't intend to seriously overclock a lot)?
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Question: Is your computer running every program/game you have good enough to meet you qualifications? <---that sounds professional.. ^^
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Question: Is your computer running every program/game you have good enough to meet you qualifications? <---that sounds professional.. ^^
Almost... some are a little laggy...

So what about the problem with Performance Mode?
I also noticed that when the Performance Mode is set to Standard, it can boot up but is subject to random restarts...
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i use my ABIT IC7-MAX3 if i put turbo it works but it says on right if you put street racer or F1 some Memorys can't handle it maybe thats the problem
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hmm i never knew of this feature... I have a ASUS p4se. Where did u find this option in bios?
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I think it was in advaned something it should be at the buttom atleast i have it at the buttom in my ABIT Mobo
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o hmm i will look in my manual for it.
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