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maltapaul

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I have a MS-6182 ATX WH8 slot 1 motherboard with the intel 810 chipset and the manual says that it can handle 500MHZ and faster processor. I have tried contacting the maker of the board but with no reply. Can anyone please tell me what is the fastest processor I can use on this motherboard, I am having a hard time finding this information.
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Paul
 
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max cpu speed can be determend by the highest multiplyer x the hghest host clock for exsample if your highest multiplyer is 8.5 and the host clock is 100MHz then the cpu is 850MHz
 

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Thank you for your reply. First of all I am not a computer wiz. The manual said the Front side Bus 66/100MHZ clocks supported, now I went in the BIOS and in the CPU clock/spread spectum it showed from 66 to 155MHZ/on and the CPU ratio was x8 the highest. Now I am confused is it 100MHZ or 155MHZ clock speed because according to your table it can support 800MHZ or 1240MHZ processor. Which one is it?
Thanks again
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I downloaded the manual for this board if your not over clockng (overclocking not recomended) then this board will automaticly set up, short jumper j2 for auto, the max prossesor at the time of manufactor was 667 MHZ Pentium 3 @133 MHz FSB. however for future use the ratios go up to 8x so the highest you can go 8 x 133MHz = 1064 MHz (1 GHz) that is the as high as P3 went anyway, if you can find a slot 1 P3.
 

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Thank you Thank you. You have been a lot of help and I also learned something.
Thanks again pronute from New Jersey
Paul from California
 
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