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October 7, 2002 5:00:10 PM

I'm not sure how all these works, so I just went on and posted away, but if I'm doin something againsts the rules in this forum, please tell me. my question's being ignored...or maybe I just need to be a little patient. Thanks.

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October 7, 2002 10:17:36 PM

Well what is your question?Ryan





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October 9, 2002 1:41:04 AM

Here is your question:

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Hello all, this place seems to be friendlier than the average forum, so I'm gona crash here for a while... Anyway, I've tested my board with a couple of 2000XP's (I'm a store manager here in the Philippines) and if it doesn't fail right there and then, the cpu an only run (stably) at 1250mhz, or 100x12.5. All documentation says that the 2000XP can run on my board, but my testing says otherwise. Please hit me with your suggestions, thoughts, questions, or perhaps background info on how mush I've tested, as this post has already run long enough... Thanks. Config follows.

Athlon XP1600+
CoolerMaster HHC-001
MSI K7T-266 PRO2 RU
(2) PQI 256MB DDR
Leadtek GF3 Original
SB Live Value
40GB Seagate 7200
20GB Maxtor
cd-rom
Lite-on 16x10
Enermax 350 dual fan
March '02 Bios from MSI
XP Professional


here is a question on your question:
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In your post you listed a XP2000+ running at 100x12.5 its a 266DDR Ram M/B, you should be running 133x12.5 = 1662Mhz. You also listed in your specs list an XP1600+ which one are you actually running? That might be why your post hasn't been addressed? Ryan


I think we got a bit of misunderstanding here.

Do you have it set to the correct FSB? is is set to 133? Or is that when it crashes? Try a stronger power supply? F Maybe it may not be enough to run at full speed. Did you try different RAM moduals? Faster Ram?


Last but not least, check out the top post in this forum, the Motherboard FAQ


You dont have an <b>ANY</b> key? Your keyboard must not be Windows XP certified...<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Lonemagi on 10/08/02 04:43 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
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