1 ghz thunderbird shows up as 750 mhz?

saddy

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my friend's cpu shows up as 750 mhz on his KT7A-RAID board. anyone else having this problem?
 

Novgrod

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Your friend has a jumpered motherboard probably and his 100/133 jumper is most likely set to 100. Set it to 133 and he'll be good. It'll be in the manual. If it's not jumpered, it should be changeable in the bios.

 

Dhawk

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What is his multiplier and FSB set at? 7.5 x 100 = 750. 7.5 x 133 =997.5 (1000).

EDIT: Novgrod beat me to it.;)
 

josphII

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i doubt it has to do with jumpers on the motherboard. check your bios settings. my PIII700 gets detected as 433 (or something like that) and its just a matter of tweaking bios settings
 

ST4RCUTTER

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Yup. The KT7A-RAID has Softmenu III like many Abit products. The FSB setting should be there.

 

ThatDumbGuy

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Andy the FAQ man, can we add this one to the faq? Thats the third question just like it this week. Maybe someone will read them...