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Can anyone please tell me the jumper settings for the jamcon  motherboard KM646B, I have purchased the Board, a Celeron 300A chip, and memory, but I have no Motherboard manual, a swift succesful response guarentees lots of points!!!!!!!!

Cheers

Rayzor
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rmarotta earned 3000 total points
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Get your info here:

http://www.jamicon.nl/mb-kmt6-ab1.htm

Ralph

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I'm sorry, wrong link.
Here's the one you need:

http://www.jamicon.nl/manual/man646b.htm

Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph

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Seems ok, let me give it a try and I'll give you the points when it works!!!!!
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Rayzor,
I think the correct settings for your CPU should be to enable 66MHz clock frequency, with 4.5 multiplier.
As you may know, that CPU is said to be quite over-clockable.  Many run at 450MHz or more.  If you are interested, details and links for more info can be found at the following website:

http://www.3dhardware.net/features/slot1voltage/

Regards,
Ralph
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Are you having problems with this?
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I got a copy of the manual, but your comments helped, and have given me an idea on overclocking, if I need assistance, I'll address the next question to you!

Cheers

Rayzor
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by:rmarotta
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Hmmmmm,
What would it take to get an "A" grade?
(I don't know if I could answer the next question in 7 minutes)   :)
Have fun with it!
Regards,
Ralph
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I got a full manual, not just your reference to the online one, I got a photocopy of the actual manual that should have been in the box!!!

You'd have got an A grade if you could have sent me the manual snail mail!!!!*LOL*

Cheers again

Rayzor


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Okay.  (I just couldn't find one.....)
I had hoped the jumper diagram would help.
Did you have any luck with overclocking the CPU?
There's lots more info available about O/C if you want it. (Let me know)
Ralph
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The jumper settings did help, we just had a CPU problem, it had dirty contacts, and wasn't making a proper connection!

I've not tried the overclocking yet, I am interested, but unless I know exactly what pins to cover I'm not overly keen on doing anything!
I don't suppose you know any specific instructions for my Motherboard??

Cheers

Rayzor
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Sorry, but I haven't seen that one before.

Ralph
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