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I just got a new cpu (socket 7 Intel 166 non mmx) and I was wondering if I could figure out what the jumper settings are for it. I don't have the manual for and I went on the homepage for it and wasn't able to figure it out.  The motherboard is made by MTI and it is model M549.  The homepage is www.mtiusa.com
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What you will need is at the following 2 pages..
http://www.mtiusa.com/M549j-1.jpg http://www.mtiusa.com/M549j-2.jpg
The p166 runs at 3.3v. 66mhz bus speed with a multiplier of 2.5...
On you Motherboard you will need to put a jumper on JP13 and JP14 and nothing on JP15 to give you the 2.5 multiplier.. The numbers will be marked on the board. You will need to set the CPU bus speed as per the diagram.. Locate what is pin 1 on JP12 and put a jumper on pin 2+3. A jumper on JP11 on pins 1+2 and jumper on JP10 on pins 3+2.
The CPU is not dual voltage so set the jumpers as follows. Locate JP32 put jumper on 1+2,3+4, no jumper on 5+6 and jumper on 7+8. Locate JP31 and check that there are no jumpers on that..
Its should be ready to go..
And thats it good luck....
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