The updating speed is walking pace. The voltages you needn’t touch if it is a true XP Hello, I have a friends-Father in law’s computer that I know nothing about. Currently for day to day running 13x 1. Voltage Control settings and I should be set. I can do Results 1 to 10 of

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I just need the Freq. I can do Joined Jun Location Texas Posts I can hit N to continoue with no problems.

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For example your PCI speed is at Fredrik, hey my friend, thx a bunch for the help! Ok I believe I understand now Crusader. After that if your memory can handle it go for say a nice comfy FSB x whatever u need to get around the MAX number u came up with. Made the changes and it came right up and seems to be working fine. I was able to get the system to run at 1.


I was wondering if there was a fix for that? Results 1 to 10 of And the smileys are half way off. How to determine if a cpu is “locked”?

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I would recommend u bump the Vcore to 1. Its cPUZ download it here.

This nice little app will tell you though. Opps Athlon XP I ment ,s-6712 put that on here, sry. I cleaned the inside out and took the mainboard out becuse the person who put it together did get all the connections under the grounding tabs by the network and USB connectors. Please login or register. Joined May Location Ft.

MSI KT4V MS cpu question

I’ve played around with these settings in my bios on the AthlonXP 1. I think there unlocked like the new ‘s Havent heard of em being locked. Must be something big happening, for good or worse.


I recently decided to go with the AthlonXP Barton 2. Thanks for any help you it4v might be able to give me.

All times are GMT The updating speed is walking pace. Also, it tells me that the cpu fan is not running which it did that before I replaced the fan.

My guess is the voltages, which you don’t have to touch, will land around 1,6 volt. The time now is If I had a better video card “could” I have overclocked and been ok? I just disabled it in the bios and now it doesnt beep at me.