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Athlon xp 2400+ clock problem - Help

By DJHolla
Feb 18, 2005
  1. Hi all, i badly need some advice
    Ive got a Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (Rev. 2) mobo
    Athlon 2400xp
    512 pc2700 (2x256) and a
    TNT riva2 graphics card(which is complete sh*t - i know)
    Ive had alot of problems running this system in a stable way. I find that i can use a clock multiplier of 17.5 (9.5 on the mobo's jumpers) to achieve stability but this means that the processor only registers as a 2200xp. Changing the host clock speed seems to just lead to system failures. -All this is the processor running at 100mhz fsb - i know it should be at 133mhz but this is even less stable
    .
    How can i achieve a stable clock speed of 2gz -2400xp (133 x 15) - the correct clock speed????
    I would appriciate any contribution, thanks
     
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