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Old 6th March, 2003, 10:35 PM
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Mem Bios Settings

I know I'm probably behind the times here with an 8k3tapro, but I like it and its cheap, cheerful and overclocks to my heats content. Only because its not cutting edge technology I can't much advice on what all those memory BIOS settings really mean and how I should use them.

At present I 've got a nice 1700+ T-Bred B core Athlon, doing 1875 at 150 x 13 (or 12.5).

I think my PC133 will have errors at greter FSB than this, so am thinking how the different BIOS settings could help me ?

Anyone got this processor to go higher - I'ld like a higher multipolier rather than FSB - any idea as 14x goes back down to 5x ?


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