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Old 10-19-2005, 03:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can't set bus speed to 133 with new mobo (kg-7 Raid)

I Just switched MOBOS from a MSI K7n420 PRO to a Abit Kg-7 Raid

The chip I'm using is a AMD XP 1600+

The problem is Before I easily had the chip clocked to 66/133/266 (133 FSB) on the old board. and running at 1403mhz

with this board (bios is latest rev)
It fails to load.. and just spins, no moniter beeps etc, If i try to run it at 133.. have to reset cmos and let it go back to 100

Should I just get a diff chip such as a palomino 2100 (max it supports) and hope for the best.. or does anyone have any ideas..
I've tried pulling and switching ram etc. Maybe I missed something. (I am currently just running it with the board, and a video card)

Any ideas on how to get it to boot at 133? (133 is the cpu's normal speed 100 is under clocked)

so i'm unsure of what to do
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