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All the usual VIA chipset memory tweaks are present
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Still, the AK35GTR offers all the options you need to make your own attempts at ridiculously high bus speeds. Front side bus speeds are available in 1MHz increments; just key in what you want. Although the board's specs claim support for bus speeds up to 166MHz, the board shipped to me with a BIOS that would accept values to to 200MHz.
That Shuttle voltage thing
I didn't spend hours trying to wring the most out of the AK35GTR, but it was a breeze to get the board Nike Tech Fleece Pants Gray up to a 145MHz front side bus. Beyond that, things went south in a hurry; the board wouldn't POST at 150MHz. However, it's possible one of the components in our test setup was to blame for the failure. I know the problem wasn't the CPU, because I tried Nike Black Joggers Mens
Finer grain control down low, less so as you go up
For extreme overclockers, this weak kneed behavior isn't acceptable, so I tested the AK35GTR for this same problem. You can see the results above. Although the actual voltage the board delivers is still a little bit lower than the menu setting, the AK35GTR will indeed allow you to pump enough voltage in to fry your CPU if you feel so compelled. Whatever the problem was with the AK31, the AK35GTR doesn't share it.
Oddly, the GTR gives small step voltage increments at lower voltages, but as you go up, the increments jump from 0.025V to 0.05V and then to 0.1V.
an unlocked Athlon MP at a fairly low multiplier, but no luck.
The BIOS offers FSB speeds up to 200MHz
Shuttle's AK35GTR motherboard
2.0V, though it's a little less than advertised
A while back, the guys at the cold, HardOCP noticed a curious problem with the Shuttle AK31's overclocking features: the board wouldn't support CPU core voltages above a certain point, no matter how high you set the voltage in the BIOS. I was able to confirm this problem with two different AK31 boards: our rev. 2 sample and our rev. 3 sample. No matter what I tried, I couldn't get the voltage above about 1.80V, and I got as far as 1.80 only by setting the BIOS to 1.85V. Try anything above 1.85V, and the board simply jumps back down to the defaults my case with an Athlon XP 1800+, that's about 1.70V. The BIOS still shows that it's set to the higher voltage, but the board decides the user is insane and overrides the setting.
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Overclocking the AK35GTR
the AK35GTR doesn't offer the option of running DDR memory at 100MHz, which is the stock speed for PC1600 DIMMs. This limitation affects overclocking attempts, as well, because you can't set the RAM to run at a lower speed than the front side bus. Frustrating. With an Athlon XP installed, the AK35GTR also doesn't offer bus speeds below 133MHz. Just to make sure this limitation wouldn't cause serious problems for Duron owners, I threw in a Duron 1GHz to verify that it would work with the board. To my relief, the Duron booted up just fine, and with the Duron installed, the AK35GTR offered bus speed options from 100MHz to 200MHz. The GTR delivers lots of other overclocking and tweaking options, including DIMM voltage adjustments and a full range of memory timings settings. During our benchmarking, we ran the AK35GTR at the most aggressive possible memory settings (not what you see below, by the way), and it was rock solid stable. We used very high quality RAM, of course, but the GTR turned in an admirably stable performance.
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