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    Question processor change

    i have a sl75kv2-x motherboard and just have upgraded my processor from 700 to 1.2 gig but my system wont just says i still have 700 ?

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    you need to change the dip-switches on your motherboard to reflect the changed multiplier of the new chip (9x if it's 133FSB or 12x if it's 100FSB)

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    is there a web page were it will tell me the proper settings for the dip switches please i have a 133 i think(im new to computers)

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    The settings for the dip switches are printed on the PCB (ie. on the motherboard itself near the CPU retention lever). Also, if you still have your manual, have a look at that. Otherwise, click here for your manual.
    Last edited by Rod911; 06-12-2003 at 01:43 PM.
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