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eva2000
08-20-2003, 09:55 PM
well it's official from Albatron you can't overclock with SATA drives only IDE for PX865PE PRO2

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Originally posted by Gimtan
Hi All,

I have just received confirmation from Dr. Pro the technical expert of ALBATRON with regards to this problem. Below is the reply from DR. Pro;

"Thank you for using our product, and sorry for the inconvenience.
You may try to fix the SRC at 100.(Virtually,Intel and Award haven't recommended to use SATA in overclocking.)But please notice, overclocking may damage your system device and make your system unstable.It's not in our service policy.Please kindly understand it."

In brief this motherboard cannot be overclocked using SATA drives. The overclocking features only works with the old IDE
hard drives.


Please advise all members who intend to buy PX865PE PRO2 motherboard that this motherboard cannot overclock using SATA had drives.

:mad: :mad: :mad:

Dr.2K
08-20-2003, 11:56 PM
well no Sata for eva i guess on the albatron :eek: :-) :D But that will not stop eva!!! i am sure of that.

eva2000
08-21-2003, 12:02 AM
fortunately i don't use SATA at all right now since i was waiting for Ghost2003 to support SATA drives and now waiting for Lsilogic to release a firmware for their MegaRaid SATA-6 raid controller to support >137GB SATA drives.. they slipped up and don't support 48bit addressing right now.. for a US$359 controller that suxs hehe

Dr.2K
08-21-2003, 12:31 AM
aw dam eva u should. I luv my sata drives. I dont know wut i ever did b4 i used them. i have 2xWD raptors and 2xWD 120 Sata, both very nice.

Hawk
08-21-2003, 04:03 AM
Damn, that is not good at all. . . . Did they clarify why you cannot OC w. the SATA drives? Driver, BIOS, etc. ? ? ? :confused:

eva2000
08-21-2003, 04:11 AM
no idea why.. i'm sticking to PATA for now anyway :)