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Old 02-18-2005, 12:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default k8neo bios locks up when accessing HT

Ok, finally got the board working, turned out i had a crappy psu, you would think 500 watts could push it, but you get what you pay for, i paid like 50 bucks for a pos psu. OK, when i go into the bios to access the HT multiplier, it just locks. I hit enter on HT to bring up list of multipliers, and it just locks the bios up solid. the board has the most up to date bios, i cleared the cmos, did nothing. I cant find anything anywhere on the net with anybody having the same problem. I have the k8neo2 platinum board.

This board appears to be a nice overclocker. I could get my 64 3500's fsb all the way up to 235 without even having to up the voltage on anything. It got a little unstable, so i uped the voltage a bit, took it up a lil more and its unstable again. I read that, you multiply the fsb times your HT multiplier to get your HT, and you should keep your HT as close to 1000mhz as possible, at least thats what i read. So i was gunna change the multiplier down to 4 to keep it under 1000, but it locks up tight when accessing the multiplier. My system is not oced right now, locks up on stock speeds.

anybody else have this happen?
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