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Albatron PX915G Pro Overcome OC Lock

Originally believed to be clock-limited, the 915G chipset’s maximum FSB was said to be limited to 800 MHz. Consequently, this had dashed any hopes of overclocking potential for enthusiasts and gamers. However, Albatron mainboards have been known for their generous BIOS overclocking options and with the PX915G Pro mainboard, this was no exception. It was a setting in the PX915G Pro’s BIOS utility called the “NB Voltage” option that revealed the trick to breaking through the 915G’s clock barrier. It was found that gradual increases in this setting allowed the system to maintain stability as the system stepped up to the higher FSB settings. This startling revelation will undoubtedly open new doors for Intel 915G chipset mainboards and significantly increase the potential for overclocking.

Originally believed to be clock-limited, the 915G chipset’s maximum FSB was said to be limited to 800 MHz. Consequently, this had dashed any hopes of overclocking potential for enthusiasts and gamers. However, Albatron mainboards have been known for their generous BIOS overclocking options and with the PX915G Pro mainboard, this was no exception. It was a setting in the PX915G Pro’s BIOS utility called the “NB Voltage” option that revealed the trick to breaking through the 915G’s clock barrier. It was found that gradual increases in this setting allowed the system to maintain stability as the system stepped up to the higher FSB settings. This startling revelation will undoubtedly open new doors for Intel 915G chipset mainboards and significantly increase the potential for overclocking.

PC Ekspert show you exactly how :
http://www.pcekspert.com/articles/228-1.html

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