K7T Turbo 3.0 - MSI 6330 V3.0 - what are your settings for Athlon XP 2400+?

Discussion in 'MSI' started by Sandman Leviathan, Sep 5, 2003.

  1. I've got this mobo with the 3.6 bios update installed.

    Recently got an Athlon XP 2400+ and Volcano 10 for it.

    I've gotten it to bootup and work for a bit at FSB 133 with
    the default settings in the bios, but it will eventually lockup.

    Running it at 100FSB, and core voltage of 1.500, it runs
    steady as hell.

    What settings have the successful XP 2400+ users
    are you guys running at?

    Care to share?
    Sandman Leviathan, Sep 5, 2003
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  2. Sandman Leviathan

    Ski Guest

    I've got this mobo with the 3.6 bios update installed.
    Sounds like how mine ran with the P-4 connector unpowered...

    Mines 147fsb rock solid, will go to 151 for a while
    before the reboots happen.
    1.75 V...SLK800 W/vantec tornado on a rheostat.

    Says 2800XP at boot.

    Mushkin ram of course...

    Ski, Sep 5, 2003
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  3. Maybe I'm missing something...

    Where / how do I power the P-4 connector?
    Sandman Leviathan, Sep 6, 2003
  4. Sandman Leviathan

    Ski Guest

    Maybe I'm missing something...
    There's a p-4 connector right above the ATX power supply connector on the
    motherboard...4 pins.
    if you've got a p-4 power supply, the connector will be there to plug it
    in...black and yellow wires, same 4 pin connector.

    If you don't have a p-4 ready PS, you'll need a new power supply...or the board
    won't run OR OVERCLOCK worth a damn.

    Ski, Sep 6, 2003
  5. Sandman Leviathan

    Kjell M Guest

    I wonder if you are talking about the same board, because the 6330 V3 does
    NOT have a P4 connector anywhere.

    Kjell M, Sep 6, 2003
  6. Sandman Leviathan

    neopolaris Guest

    It doesn't need the P4 connector to run and that goes for version 5 also.

    neopolaris, Sep 6, 2003
  7. Sandman Leviathan

    Themroc Guest

    If you´re running a v5 w/o P4 connector,you risk a meltdown of the 12v cable or
    it´s mobo traces.The ATX connector has only one 12v line,AFAIK.Each power line
    is rated up to 6 or 7 amps(70-80watts),and this mobo´s CPU voltage is derived
    from 12v(there are several Athlons over 70 watts).
    Themroc, Sep 9, 2003
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