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Old 07-24-2003, 04:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question SocketA K7S5A FSB??

I have an AthlonXP 2000+ wich has a FSB of 266 on a Mainboard K7S5A wich supports my chip with 266 FBS(says so in the manual).

but in BIOS in CPu section it gives me a choice to set Cpu speed, and it gives my the choices, 100 and 133... why doesnt it go to 266?!?!? i read the whole fricken manual but it says nuthing about setting FBS!


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Since the Athlon's fsb is double-pumped, a frontside bus setting of 133mhz means your processor is technically running at 266. In other words, 133 = 266

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