Outsider he don't detect the 2.8 Ghz. You have certainty that the processor belongs to 2.8 Ghz?
If yes, mind you that the Intel's processors are locked in the factory. But you should know the FSB and Multiplier of the processor of 2.8 Ghz. But i don't know which the FSB x Multiplier of the 2.8 Ghz. Sorry me.
Too is possible that your ASUS P4T-E not support processor's of cloks above 2.1 Ghz. Check this.
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These guys are right, you're wrong. Every production Intel CPU since the PII 350 has had a locked multiplier. You can't change it. And worst, your board doesn't even officially support the faster "533" bus, which is actually 133MHz. However your board probably allows you to "overclock" to 133MHz bus speed, you see as previously stated, you have a 21x multiplier, 21x100=2100, 21x133=2800.
I certainly hope you at least have PC800 in there, because in order to get that kind of overclock you'll probably have to set the board to the PC600 setting.
And there's some more computer match for you: PC800 runs at 4x100 or 3x133. That's right, PC800 runs at 400MHz. The PC800 setting for your board is actually a 4x multiple of the bus speed, the PC600 setting is actually a 3x multiple of the bus speed. So the PC600 setting when "overclocked" to 133MHz will give you a PC800 memory speed in actuality.
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thnx crashman that worked, im now running at 2800mhz with a 399mhz FSB, thats fine by me, thanx a bunch to everyone else who took the time to reply to this post, i posted over at experts-exchange.com and no one their gave solution, im stickin wit this site. thank you all very much.