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Crumbs in the buttons over time, and the sensor failed. Four years of bliss. BENCH CPU SSD GPU2013 GPU2012 Smartphone2011 Mobile TOPICS CPUs Motherboards SSD/HDD GPUs Mobile Enterprise & IT Smartphones Memory Cases/Cooling/PSU(s) Displays Mac Systems Cloud Trade Shows Guides FOLLOW Facebook Twitter RSS ABOUT Designs like this require very complicated clock trees that ensure all parts of the chipset receive the same clock signal at the same time. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/105244-30-lock

We applauded VIA's move to the PCI/AGP lock in our launch review of the K8T800 PRO. Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions. Have a look around and tell us what you think in our feedback forum. Reply MemberSince97 - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 - link # 12 Very good point...

Reply Wesley Fink - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 - link #10 -nVidia is showing PCI Express boards for Athlon 64 Socket 939 at Comdex. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > All rights reserved. Hey all, I've successfully been able to OC my P4 3.0c stable to around 3.6, but I'm worried about my PCI/AGP peripherals running at those FSB frequencies, so I've stepped back

In this case the mainboard will use different dividers to set the bus frequencies to their nominal values. Full Review Crucial Storage Executive, Version 3.38 Reviewed by AlphaC Pros Provides SSD SMART Status , total TB written, firmware information (for all manufacturers) Shows overall drive health and model Anyone know? AGP/PCI Speed?

With the two chipsets so close, RAID performance could easily be a determining factor, not to mention one that means more to me (and probably others) than PCI/AGP locks. Sometimes it's a mouse, or a router, or a server etc RyanSmithAT: @corrosive6809 @JoshuaHo96 is still working on it; some of the WiFi testing has taken longer than expected RyanSmithAT: @IanCutress VIA just recently started working on the problem and is searching for a solution, but without even knowing the solution themselves, it's hard to tell whether it can be fixed via by boostinsteve View: More Reviews New Articles › Why 240GB, 250GB , 256GB, and 275GB SATA3 SSD... › The Orion Spectrum: Everything You Need from... › Windows 10 Tweaks › Analyzing

It depends, if you are not an overclocker and you want to upgrade now, go for it! http://www.anandtech.com/show/1339/4 Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›AMD›AMD CPUs›PCI/AGP Locking not supported by Motherboard. Socket 939: Motherboard Features Basic Features: nVidia nForce3-250Gb Reference Board Basic Features: VIA K8T800 PRO Reference Board Performance Test Configuration: Chipset Comparison General Performance and Encoding Gaming Performance Workstation Performance Final Reply With Quote 04-07-2004,08:20 AM #5 Leeb18509 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Jan 2002 Location Utah Age 46 Posts 461 Oh good Lord, the nforce 2 chipset locks

TOPICS FOLLOW ABOUT CPUs Motherboards SSD/HDD GPUs Mobile Enterprise & IT Smartphones Memory Cases/Cooling/PSU(s) Displays Mac Systems Cloud Trade Shows Guides Facebook Twitter RSS About Advertising Privacy Policy Contact Us Terms I rarely have Reference boards and a stock test bench with me in mainland China. Any help is greatly appreciated before I pull all of my hair out! Socket 939: Motherboard Features Basic Features: nVidia nForce3-250Gb Reference Board Basic Features: VIA K8T800 PRO Reference Board Performance Test Configuration: Chipset Comparison General Performance and Encoding Gaming Performance Workstation Performance Final

The Chinese Phytium Mars, on the other hand... Read the original post. the reason i say this, is that if you enable the sata ports on the intel ich5 controller, it locks the agp to 66/33. P4 [email protected] PC40002x120Gb 7200.7 in RAID0 Waterchill KT12-L30Abit AI7 Ge-Force4 Ti4200 TheRodApr 8, 2004, 6:20 AM AGP/PCI Lock is the ability to lock the AGP and PCI bus speed, usually it's

It can't be changed, the agp bus CAN be changed in the BIOS but it's not going anywhere unless you mess with it. TOPICS FOLLOW ABOUT CPUs Motherboards SSD/HDD GPUs Mobile Enterprise & IT Smartphones Memory Cases/Cooling/PSU(s) Displays Mac Systems Cloud Trade Shows Guides Facebook Twitter RSS About Advertising Privacy Policy Contact Us Terms https://t.co/Jfzbt5yGnq Follow @ANANDTECH LINKS Home About Forums RSS Pipeline News Bench Galleries Terms of Use and Sale Copyright Policy Contact Us TOPICS CPUs Motherboards SSD/HDD GPUs Mobile Enterprise & IT

Obviously for overclocking, this isn't desirable, since the max attainable overclock is now limited by how high your AGP and PCI devices can be overclocked.

Sep 26, 2003 #5 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 With some boards you can't choose dividers either, they're locked, like in my motherboard (MSI Pro266TD-LR). Socket 939: Chipsets and Motherboards How Does the VIA PCI/AGP Lock Work? I'll clean a bit IanCutress: @AfterPad Logitech directly optimise the sensors, inhouse or other. Welcome Log out Login Register ABOUT BENCH FORUMS PODCAST ABOUT BENCH FORUMS PODCAST LOGIN REGISTER PC Components▼ CPUs GPUs Motherboards SSDs Cases/Cooling/PSUs Memory NAS Storage Smartphones & tablets▼ Smartphones Tablets Huawei

Nintendo clearly isn't in a rush to present what they know will be perceived as bad news IanCutress: @AfterPad I wish my wireless G5 still worked. My bus is set at 67/64 I don't like using core center as I obtained better overclocking results using the "Bios" I hope this helps Dave E6400 Core Duo (overclocked to Overclock.net›Forums›AMD›AMD CPUs›PCI/AGP Locking not supported by Motherboard. Reply SpaceRanger - Thursday, June 03, 2004 - link What bothers me, is that days later, questions still go unanswered.

Thus, when you increase your HT frequency in asynchronous mode, only the 200MHz clock is touched, while the 66MHz clock remains constant. Reply FacelessNobody - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 - link Another factor I'd like to see included in this roundup is RAID performance.