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Is it possible to replace your Intel BIOS with Asus or Gigabyte BIOS so you have greater control of voltages in your Bios? I ask this because Intel boards are not overclockable.
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anzenketh

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Hello Mark.

In short No. You can fry your motherboard doing so only use the BIOS specified by the motherboard manufacture.
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OK, It runs excellent right now. But I was doing some research and found that if I were to change the RAM voltage from the 1.8v to 2.0v my RAM will run at 800 instead of the 667 set by the motherboard. What about changing the multiplier? Do you know how?

Edited by MarkN, 01 July 2007 - 06:02 AM.

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I do not overclock so I would not know that question might be bested asked in the hardware fourm.
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