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    300a stability

    I am running a 300a@504 on a Asus P2B. It is very solid as long as I don't run a 3d game. It will run for a while then it just locks the system. I am only at 2.0v but I'm not sure if is the CPU or the video card (viper V770). I have a peltier cooler on the cpu and I added a fan to the heatsink on the v770. Any suggestions?

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    does anyone even read these posts? If so could someone please reply....

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    It could be the AGP speed. some TNT2s have been known not to overclock well.

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    is there a way to change it on a p2b?

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    Also maybe try raising the voltage to 2.1V. You have a peltier so it cant hurt.

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    I dont know anything about that p2b, but you should have your AGP divider set to 2/3. It may be in your manual as AGP/CPU or AGPCLK/CPUCLK.

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