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Salut, Je viens de découvrir une autre option dans mon bios que je ne connais pas:

 

MPS Revision(1.1 ou 1.4)

 

Dans le livre de ma carte-mêre on explique pas ce que c'est :??:

 

Par défaut il est a 1.1 mais je me suis rendu compte que Sisoftware Sandra Lite 2005 me conseille de le mettre a 1.4.

 

Quelqu'un peut me dire ce que veut dire cette option du bios(MPS Revision)?

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MPS Revision

 

Common Options : 1.1, 1.4

 

Quick Review

 

This feature is only applicable to multiprocessor motherboards as it specifies the version of the Multi-Processor Specification (MPS) that the motherboard will use. The MPS is a specification by which PC manufacturers design and build Intel architecture systems with two or more processors.

 

MPS 1.1 was the original specification. MPS version 1.4 adds extended configuration tables for improved support of multiple PCI bus configurations and greater expandability in the future. In addition, MPS 1.4 introduces support for a secondary PCI bus without requiring a PCI bridge.

 

If your operating system comes with support for MPS 1.4, you should change the setting from the default of 1.1 to 1.4. You also need to enable MPS 1.4 support if you need to make use of the secondary PCI bus on a motherboard that doesn't come with a PCI bridge.

 

You should only leave it as 1.1 only if you are running an older operating system that only supports MPS 1.1.

 

According to Eugene Tan, Windows NT already supports MPS 1.4. Therefore, newer operating systems like Windows 2000 and Windows XP shouldn't have any problem supporting MPS 1.4.

 

However, users of the ABIT BP6 motherboard and Windows 2000 should take note of a possible problem with the MPS version set to 1.4. Dan Isaacs reported that when you set the MPS version to 1.4 in the ABIT BP6, Windows 2000 will not use the second processor. So, if you encounter this problem, set the MPS Revision to 1.1

 

evidemment faut comprendre l'anglais.

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je vois des trucs abérant, comme par exemple de prendre un AMD pour faire un o/c. le P4C 3GHz est un des meilleurs CPU pour l'overclocking, pk prendre un AMD qui l'est pas forcément autant?!?!

 

autrement :

 

pour la ram, pas de blem tu la met en 333 au lieu de 400

 

tu bloque les fréquences AGP/PCI à 66.6 et 33.3

 

tu monte le FSB,

 

quand le CPU est pas stable, tu monte le Vcore de 0.025V

 

 

et l'affaire est belle!!!

 

je précise pas plus que 1.7-1.8V pour le Vcore

 

et controle toujours que la ram soie pas trop en dessus des 200MHz

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je vois des trucs abérant, comme par exemple de prendre un AMD pour faire un o/c

 

pourquoi c'est aberrant?!!!

 

il y a de tres bons amd pour l'o/c,pas mal de winnie 3000+ (1800mhz) montent a 2500/2700mhz :voila:

 

et un amd n'a pas besoin d'etre a 3ghz pour etre performant :o

 

:biere:

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En tout cas, il faut prendre AMD :)

 

:jesors:

 

PS: le barton 2500 + est :yais: au niveau o/c

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1er resultat dans :google:

 

MPS Revision

 

Common Options : 1.1, 1.4

 

Quick Review

 

This feature is only applicable to multiprocessor motherboards as it specifies the version of the Multi-Processor Specification (MPS) that the motherboard will use. The MPS is a specification by which PC manufacturers design and build Intel architecture systems with two or more processors.

 

MPS 1.1 was the original specification. MPS version 1.4 adds extended configuration tables for improved support of multiple PCI bus configurations and greater expandability in the future. In addition, MPS 1.4 introduces support for a secondary PCI bus without requiring a PCI bridge.

 

If your operating system comes with support for MPS 1.4, you should change the setting from the default of 1.1 to 1.4. You also need to enable MPS 1.4 support if you need to make use of the secondary PCI bus on a motherboard that doesn't come with a PCI bridge.

 

You should only leave it as 1.1 only if you are running an older operating system that only supports MPS 1.1.

 

According to Eugene Tan, Windows NT already supports MPS 1.4. Therefore, newer operating systems like Windows 2000 and Windows XP shouldn't have any problem supporting MPS 1.4.

 

However, users of the ABIT BP6 motherboard and Windows 2000 should take note of a possible problem with the MPS version set to 1.4. Dan Isaacs reported that when you set the MPS version to 1.4 in the ABIT BP6, Windows 2000 will not use the second processor. So, if you encounter this problem, set the MPS Revision to 1.1

 

evidemment faut comprendre l'anglais.

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OK!! Merci je l'ai mis a 1.4 et tout est OK!!

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