BIOS setting wrong CPU Speed

Discussion in 'Asus' started by Buffy, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. Buffy

    Buffy Guest

    Asus A7V600 MBoard with latest BIOS
    Athlon XP2400 thoroughbred CPU
    512 MB PC2100 DDR Ram

    The Bios is set to Auto but insists on picking the chip up at 2250Mhz and
    not 2000Mhz. It also sets a CPU multiple of 22.5 and not 15

    CPU Ext frequency is set at 100/33 and the Memory frequency is set at Auto.

    I've had this problem before and can't remember how the hell I sorted it
    out. The system isn't working as well as I think it should and I'm thinking
    this wrong setting may be responsible.

    Does anyone have any ideas

    Thanks
     
    Buffy, Jan 18, 2004
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  2. Have you tried clearing CMOS and resetting your BIOS to defaults?
    If that doesn't get the CPU properly recognized, set your FSB to 133 and the
    multiplier to 15. Those are default settings for an XP2400+.
     
    Peter van der Goes, Jan 19, 2004
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