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Old 08-21-2004, 02:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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you just put the cpu, and it detects it automatically, unless u got a wierd hting like my 2400+ that detects it as a 1800+ and i just up the fsb to 133 and voila 2400+. hehe
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yeah, its not so much that it 'Detects' it as an 1800+ cause mine did the same thing when I FIRST got the motherboard. So I had to go manually change the frequency up to 133. It might be because the mobo was new and no BIOS settings had been changed, or maybe the purposely underclock some as to insure no damage is caused? I doubt it, whatever the reason, when I first install my 2500+ it won't hurt to first go into the BIOS to make sure everythings co0 even though it may detect it by itself.
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