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Anonymous
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July 29, 2005 11:38:47 PM

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I'v noticed in the Frequency/Voltage section of the Bios there are
settings in which I can set various cpu speeds.
For instance: 100/33mhz
103/34mhz
112/37mhz
etc, etc.

What do these settings do, and what do I need to know to check
which setting is best and safest for my system?

Are these settings for overclocking the CPU/Memory speeds? I've
read something that my motherboard supports overclocking and I'm
wondering if these are some of these settings.

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Anonymous
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July 29, 2005 11:38:48 PM

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The proper setting is based on what you processor supports, the motherboard
and the installed memory.

The 100/33 setting used to be standard. The other two you listed would be
overclocking.

Remember, there are always potential risks associated with overclocking -
stability -overheating

--
Jon Hildrum
DTS MVP
Jon_Hildrum@msn.com
www.hildrum.com
"Faldo" <rolf@msn.com> wrote in message
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> I'v noticed in the Frequency/Voltage section of the Bios there are
> settings in which I can set various cpu speeds.
> For instance: 100/33mhz
> 103/34mhz
> 112/37mhz
> etc, etc.
>
> What do these settings do, and what do I need to know to check
> which setting is best and safest for my system?
>
> Are these settings for overclocking the CPU/Memory speeds? I've
> read something that my motherboard supports overclocking and I'm
> wondering if these are some of these settings.
>
>
>
Anonymous
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July 30, 2005 1:52:05 PM

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Of course I will not change any setting until I exactly know what
I'm doing.
I am going through the Msi 6368(via ple133 chipset/FSB@133MHZ)
manual and it says it is designed to support overclocking, but it is
not recommended for the faint of heart. I currently have two Sdram
3.3v @pc133= 376MB total ram. The motherboard supports up to 1GB.
Also Celeron 1100mhz. The mainboard specs supports from 333mhz to
1.2ghz.
"Jon_Hildrum" <Jon_Hildrum@amsn.com> wrote in message
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> The proper setting is based on what you processor supports, the
motherboard
> and the installed memory.
>
> The 100/33 setting used to be standard. The other two you listed
would be
> overclocking.
>
> Remember, there are always potential risks associated with
overclocking -
> stability -overheating
>
> --
> Jon Hildrum
> DTS MVP
> Jon_Hildrum@msn.com
> www.hildrum.com
> "Faldo" <rolf@msn.com> wrote in message
> news:%23IuidaJlFHA.1948@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
> > I'v noticed in the Frequency/Voltage section of the Bios there
are
> > settings in which I can set various cpu speeds.
> > For instance: 100/33mhz
> > 103/34mhz
> > 112/37mhz
> > etc, etc.
> >
> > What do these settings do, and what do I need to know to check
> > which setting is best and safest for my system?
> >
> > Are these settings for overclocking the CPU/Memory speeds? I've
> > read something that my motherboard supports overclocking and I'm
> > wondering if these are some of these settings.
> >
> >
> >
>
>
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