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AMD 386DX motherboard and jumper configuration

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I would love to know of any site on this entire internet where they
would have this
   kind of picture or diagram because I am very interested in
overclocking my CPU.
   Also I would love to know where there is a tutorial on AMD
overclocking and if I
   can actually do it. PLEASE don't tell me to go to the AMD homepage
they only
   talk about 486 computers and up. I would love to know the exact URL.
Thank-you
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You cannot overclock a 386 because you will burn it up. A 486 will normally let you overclock it, barely, but if you do it to a 386 CPU then say goodbye!

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Try http://www.sysopt.com there you will find excelent papers on over clocking and such a wealth of Infomation. It may not be a good idea to over your 386 as there is very little tolerance in this chip to heat.
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by:wayneb
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Also try this on for size

http://www.undcom.com/compfaq.html
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