HiIve got a Gigabyte GA-7N400l MB and I have just installed what I thought was an AMD Athlon XP 2500+ CPU.I thought it was rated at 1.83 GHz but it seems to be running at 1.09 GHz.Is this correct?If not how can I get it to run at the correct speed?Thanksbigtolly
You will have to enter your Bios setup:When you boot up you need to press somthing like DEL or another key that takes you there. Look for the CPU FSB or CPU Frequency and it should be like 100 on the setting up it to 200 that should all be fine.
Hi RobBios Settings are:ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURESSYSTEM PERFORMANCE = NORMALFSB FREQUENCY = 166MHzX MEMORY FREQUENCY = By SPDRESULTING FREQUENCY = 266MHzAGP FREQUENCY = NORMALShall I up the FSB FREQUENCY to 200MHz ?In addition:The MB has two switches1) CLK SW (Currently set at auto)which can be either auto (Manual states "auto supports FSB 400/333/266 MHz CPU") or 100MHz (Manual states "Fix FSB 200MHz CPU")2) CLK RATIO (Currently set at auto)can be set at between 5x and 18x with auto option also.Thanks for your helpbigtolly
FSB FREQUENCY = 166MHzup that to 200mhz tell me how you get on! :-)
It should run at 11 X 166Mhz. = 1.826Ghz
quiller,That makes sense.How do I get it to run at that speed?Do I change the CLK RATIO from auto to x11?
If the motherboard has no conflicts with ram speed and cpu speed, then yes.You have doubled checked the code numbers and it is a barton 2500+?
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