CPU FSB Changing Problem

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apakhira

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I have an MSI 815M Pro (MS-6334) motherboard with Winbond W83627HF-AW PLL IC.My processor is Intel Celeron 366Mhz.My BIOS doesn't support changing the FSB(Front Side Bus).I have tried Fuzzy Logic III which is bundled with the mobo.It does not show the buttons for setting the FSB.I have also tried various other third-party software like CPUFSB,SoftFSB,etc,in their latest versions but in vain.Please suggest a way to change the FSB of my MOTHERBOARD.
 
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Award BIOS :
Frequency/Voltage Control

AMIBIOS:
PERIPHERAL SETUP

there is nothing there to change?
 
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you need to enable something to change the FSB.. its normally the item on the list just above the FSB
 

apakhira

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I have the AWARD BIOS.But in the CPU/Voltage Control Option there is no FSB-changing option.It only has the following-
Auto-detect DIMM/PCI Clock
Cpu Spread Spectrum
Cpu Clock Multiplier (Changing this does not help as Intel Processors do not support changing this)

What Should I Do?
 

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Maybe you should just run the processor at the speed it was designed for. :rolleyes:
 
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Originally posted by johnwill:
Maybe you should just run the processor at the speed it was designed for. :rolleyes:
Somewhere in Processor Heaven, there is an angelic
choir of 333 Celerons overclocked to 1 Gig.
 
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