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  1. I will probably try to flash your BIOS. My intention was also to learn modding strings and menu in AMI. I tried that before and got stuck at a point where links of stings didn't make a sence. Splitting 1B module was the trick to get the correct location numbers. I also made new jumperfree, dram and chipset menu by hand. Works perfectly. I want to try to add new options in the next step (more for the K7NF2 board than P4P800SE). edit: I found it, many thanks!
  2. I didn't flash your BIOS, but I looked at it in AMIBCP. I like your reordered Menu. Disabling stuff like audio, lan, com, speech POST reporter is on my list. My Plan is also to add some new options. Before doing this, I will have to find the position of CMOS mask in the AMI strings (first, second, third or fourth position after label I guess) and test the new options before adding this. I also read that. Switching to tiled mode works, but I didn't notice any changes. So probably this is useless. I will retest this option.
  3. Sorry for hijacking this thread. I was impressed by Antinomys work here and I wanted a simmilar mod BIOS for my P4P800 SE board. I also just relinked the hidden options, so no new options. I have to thank Antinomy here! I would not be able to do this without his help! changelog: unlocked hidden and unlinked options: * other FSB/Memory Ratio (mod1 file) * CPU B.I.S.T. (???) * Write to Read Command Delay * Write Recovery Time * Write-Read Command Spacing * Read-Write Command Spacing * Read Delay * Dual Channel Organization (Tiled / Linear) * DRAM Comm
  4. Thanks for the information and testing. The more we test, the more we will get experience in handling with the sips. I am only able to test my sip presets on five boards (2xA7N8X-E, K7NF2-RAID, NF7 and MSI Delta2). So every test will help us. As far as I see, the sips helps more on NF2 boards with limited voltage or chipsets that don't scale with voltage. Differend boards could also scale on different sips. The sips don't helped me to handle USB problems though. I get them already at ~263 / 264MHz. agp drive strength sounds interesting to me. I mostly use this presets:
  5. Nice score! Did you try different sips or sip values in your tweaker? Maybe this could help to get a (slightly) better stability. Something like lowering register 68h to 22 or value 77 for 6F (also x7 for 6Ah and 69h)? driver issue? I used gpuz 2.40 without any problems for my result (7600GT).
  6. Yes, you're right. I forgot, that I benched a unlocked 6800LE in that system before. After locking the shader, the 7600GT works fine. no mods yet, I only recapped the board. I hope to get a higher FSB than 250MHz.
  7. I can`t remember on any frame drops or frame freezes. Maybe I just didn`t see them. I noticed lower a score when the GPU had higher mem clocks. The GPU is able run ~825MHz VRAM with graphical errors.
  8. Many thanks. I used my own BIOS mod with my own romsips values to make the board more stable at a high FSB. The dimms needed a dimm_vtt voltage mod (-100 mV offset of 1/2 Vdimm) to get stable >250 MHz on this board.
  9. CPU stepping is AQYHA0711XPMW. I will test a second one with the same stepping and manufacture date.
  10. Thanks guys! I have to apologize myself here. I suspect that this result is incorrect and that CPUZ is showing incorrect values here. I will delete this result, just in case this result is incorrect. I don't want to cheat. The story behind it is that I found out where the FSB: DIMM divider is in the PCI register. So I was able to boot normally with the divider 1: 1 and change the divider from 1:1 to 5:6 in Windows. The system is measurably slower after that, so I thought that the divider would also be set correctly. It does not seem so (after further tests). The FSB: DIMM div
  11. I had to lower the dram vtt Voltage to get my AT-6 sticks stable for 250MHz and above. I also recapped my board with solid caps.
  12. ASUS A7N8X-E with mods for Vcore, Vdd, Vdimm, Vtt Vcore:2,07V; Vdd:1,95V; Vdimm=3,57V; VTT=1,649V;
  13. Danke! Die VRMs vom ASRock board waren hier schon am schwitzen. Ich müsste das mal auf einem ASUS board nachtesten. Vielleicht geht dann mehr. :)
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