Question about Gigabyte 965P-DS3 (GA965PDS3) Motherboard
Hi, I've got the above mobo running an E7300 which runs stock at
10x266. I have the latest F14 Bios. With my previous E4300 chip (and
until very recently with this one) I have simply enabled manual
settings & upped the FSB by a bit to get a very stable 10-15%
overclock - not touched voltages etc.
Problem is that now, I do all this, save the settings in the Bios but when it reboots, it forgets the new settings and reverts to 10x266. I cleared the CMOS and then tried again, it remembered my overclock settings for its first 5 or 6 boots but has once again reverted to 10x266. I don't want to have to keep clearing CMOS - Do any of you lot know why my M/B wont remember its settings ? Many Thanks......
Cmos chip on motherboard might be bad or theres a jumper you need to set to change bios settings. mabey the mobo won't take the the upgrade.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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