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Clocking my 2000+ to a 2000+

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by noremac407, Sep 19, 2004.

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  1. noremac407

    noremac407 Thread Starter

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    Hi, I am new to the forums and I need some computer help. I just got a new motherboard and processor. My Mother board is an ASRock K7V88, my processor is a 2000+. The thing is is that when I go to clock my cpu to a 2000+ it doesn't let me. I have my jumpers set to 12.5X and my default speed is 100, (comes out to 1250mhz) but when I try to bump it up to 133, (133 x 12.5 = 1.67) I save changes and restart and it just says that there is an error and that it will load the default bios settings. Please anybody have any advice? Thanks
     
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    What kind of RAM are you using?

    I can't check right now, but take a look at Asrock website for known issues with your CPU.
     
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