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    Smile Nforce 2 owners - system utility released

    http://www.nvidia.com/object/sysutility_1.0

    read that some people are having incorrect voltages read.
    going to take a look at it now

    New drivers soon as well
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    Excellent; I shall be downloading that this evening - thanks for the link.

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    Thanks for that Agent, looks good, am studying it now
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    Overclocking within windows eh!

    Cool idea for those little tweaks

    Not sure about pc probes accuracy sometime too so it will be interesting to compare

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    Nice utlilty

    what happens if i clock too far and reboot though?

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    Does BIOS 19 for NF7-S V2.0 support the voltage, fan speed etc. section & the Advanced overclocking page (because 14 obviously doesn't)?

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    nice link cheers mate d/loading atm

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    Heh, 5Mb in 16 Seconds

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    only 18 here.

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    would this work on the nf7-s rev1.1? as it says only these:
    Supported products:
    NVIDIA nForce?2 Ultra 400
    NVIDIA nForce2 400

    of which the rev1.1 is neither

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    Seems like a pretty cool little proggie, even tho my motherboard (8RDA3+) is listed under "Full product functionality..." I still don't get all the options. It can't seem to recognise my mobo... hmmm, I don't think I have done anything wrong.... Let me fiddle....

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    Originally posted by SmileyUK
    Overclocking within windows eh!

    Cool idea for those little tweaks

    Not sure about pc probes accuracy sometime too so it will be interesting to compare
    Gigabyte's 7VAX KT400 offered o/c'ing from within Windows and it was very sweet. My CPU's voltage is reported as 1.70v when it is in fact 1.55v but I think I threw it off since I'm using an undervolted Barton. Still seems nice enough, esp as it seems it lets you tweak some RAM timings (now that is amazing). nVidia probably only certify it for 400 & Ultra400, probably requires some slight modification in order to work which most likely is lacking on the original nF2 mobos. Anyway for first release (1.0) it seems very good indeed.

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    hmm interesting...
    this gives loads of info bout ur ram - even the module codes!

    i can use basic clocking page.. which is just fsb and timings except cas.
    the second page, which seems it might be advanced clocking, isnt clickable, maybe cos my mobo is nf7-s rev1.1 not a rev2... or need newer bios? i think im using 1.9

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    Doesn't let me click that mystery tab either. I'm using Abit NF7-S v2.0 with BIOS 19 (which is less than a week old).

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    Looks like we need BIOS support for Advanced page plus voltage & temps.

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    hmmm, updated my bios and i still don't get all the advanced options..

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