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My memory, altho not from the "quality" series, can somehow mannage to work at this clock. for" options for 133MHz, which would be: 2.0 (at this one my memory would be "operateable" = 266MHz), 2.5, and auto, WHICH I DON'T! Does any of you guys have any idea, advice, anything....except "go for DDR400"?! I have to clear CMOS, it would give me "default" value for CPU - 100MHz, and I am at the beginning again! The 2.66x factor when your CPU is at the stock 100 MHz gives you the 266 MHz stock speed for your RAM, and when you up the clock to 133 MHz, a 2x is not available.

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I still get those 2.66 and auto, and of course, using that, memory clock goes to 354 MHz and my DDR can't work at that clock - after "save and exit" I can't even POST... Please correct me if I'm wrong on any of those points.

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I've recently "upgraded" my mobo, got one from the title... Put aside all of them, I've somehow mannaged to solve majority of them, but there's still one: It seems I can't set it to "work" at 133MHz CPU host (533MHz FSB) and 266MHz memory frequency! To get FSB, the clock is multiplied by 4 for P4s, and the DDR speed is twice the clock speed.

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I have to clear CMOS, it would give me "default" value for CPU - 100MHz, and I am at the beginning again! I haven't used a Gabyte board before, but it sounds like you are looking in the rht place but not getting the options you're hoping for.


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