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Old 11-01-2006, 10:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys.i have a cpu is default is 133 mhz but when ever i clock it over 143,the system will boot normally to windows and when i on any program,it will just reboot.nothing wrong with the temps.cpu43, the problem related to the ram settings in bios??i have change my settings for latency and so on.everything is fine.the dram clock is set to auto.should i set it to 133 instead??AND one more thing.there is a cpu jumperon my which is locked.shuld i unlock it?

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What hardware is this?

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specs:intel p4
intel heatsink and fan
pc2700(333) 512 ddr sdram
Maxtor 4R060L0 (60 GB, 5400 RPM, Ultra-ATA/133)
gigabyte radeon 9600 pro 128mb
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