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MPS  Revision  1.1  or  1.4 ?

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Hello....I'am using Windows 98se and a  MS-6580 (V.2.0A) motherboard with intel 845GE Max chipset.  My AMI bios under advanced chipset features has two settings for "MPS Revision" they are......revision 1.1 or 1.4.  Which should I be using and why ?



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Hi ashworth,

I had a quick look on Google. This link http://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/showthread.php?t=94259 might give you some useful information.

Although I did see a couple of results relating to problems with flavours of Linux not liking the 1.4.

Unless you're using a Hyperthreading CPU it will not affect your system, and I don't know if it'll give you any improvement in 98SE or even problems in 98SE.

Matt
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Thanks,  Ashworth
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