I'm outta suggestions. I can say that anytime I need to install in the 2nd DDR2 DIMM slot, I fear and tremble. It usually requires perfect seating followed by perfect CMOS clearing.Originally posted by: wasoethoudt
just tried 4gb with high voltage, nothing, tried it with 266, nothing, tried it with 266 and cl5, nothing.
now im checking the other dimm, works fine alone (2gb), at cl4 with high voltage and 333mhz.
Sorry, linked to similar board. I know the PLL chip is the same as mine (4CoreDual-VSTA), but offhand I do not remember if the -SATA2 has it as well. The point remains: it's a lot of work for not much overclocking on these boards. The BSEL and CPU volt mods still can make sense, though.Originally posted by: kryptykal
Hi Hlafordlaes ,
You spoke about a modding guide on VR-zone but i checked it and i saw its for ASRock 775dual-VSTA and here we are speaking about Asrock 4CoreDual-SATA2 , maybe its the same ?
True. The only reason to go with the E7600 is for Win7 support (XP mode requires VT support in the CPU), and for playing around with virtual machines in general.[/quote]About the e7600 , yes maybe its a good option , but more expensive and if i can mod the e5200 to get the 1066 ...
My error again due to my slightly different (older) mobo. The -SATA2 R2.0 board DOES have an official bios update that supports the E5200 (v2.10). What I do not know and you will need to check is which version is shipped in the box.Anyway are good opinion , but here we go with something i dont understand and its a pain if its true : do i need extra-cpu and extra-agp? I dont understand why i need an older AGP card . the e5200 is not supported by the mobo with original bios?
I do have a BFG GeForce 7300GT AGP card.Originally posted by: Ileader36
I would imagine the only reason to go ddr2 800 over ddr2 667, both 1.8v, would be that You might be able to get the
ddr2 800 to run at lower latencies.
I cannot imagine You had a high power AGP card with a p3 1g, so why not just get a pci-express motherboard
and video card as the pci-express slot in this mobo is 4x only vs 16x on a normal mobo, and even with the most
powerful Pci-ex video cards around, you will be limited graphically to about my HD3850 AGP's abilities.
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