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  1. #1
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    Motherboard Jumpers & Core Voltage.

    Anyone give me a good way to remember how to work the jumper settings/core voltage on a motherboard? It seems lately i've been very forgetful and at work i've blown a few CPU's since i can never seem to get the settings correct.

    For example how do i do the settings for a 233MHZ? i'd be upgrading it froma 133MHZ, if your wondering why it's so low specs it's because im working at computer refurbishment centre and we recycle old machines and sell them on.

  2. #2
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    It really depends on the mobo; most will be different. Give us a model number or at least the namufacturer of the mobo and we might be able to help you out more.
    -Bruce

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    i work with compaq's, dells and elonex's mainly. I've just taken a side step from providing Internet & network support to refurbishment technician cos one of tech's has left.

    I haven't installed or built a machine from scratch for years and my knowledge is hazy. I'm not sure what the makes of the boards.

    They all have spec's of 133 - 233 MHZ the Internet Ready one's that im working on. Isn't there some kind of logic to work out how they are done? like 66 x 3 = 200 MHZ? or something

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