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Old 05-17-2006, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default need help with mobo bios

i have an amd athlon 1600 right i think it was underclocked as i went to my bios and i changed the FSB from 100 to 133 as this was the only option i could do and my cpu went from 1.04ghz to 1.40ghz.

i want to OC further but my bios wont let me change voltage ro anythign else other then the FSB freq from 100 to 133 so i nede to change my bios but i dont knwo how n i dont want to **** my pc up so with some guidence im sure i coudl do it. so any help i have found a bios for my mobo (ATX K7T266 pro) designed for OC but any advice?

i have had help from "the major" before as eh has almost same mobo n same cpu as me but i cant find the thread again was a long time ago.
i cant seem to find the bios update again so any help would eb appreciated i will keep searching fro the BIOS when/if i do ill post back thanks in advance
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