MSI Mainboard jumpers

Posted on 2005-04-01
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Last Modified: 2008-03-03
I have a MSI KM4AM-V mainboard that is getting a AMD Sempron 2800 cpu witha 333Mhz FSB. What do I need to set my FSB jumpers on the mainboard to? My choices are 133, 166, and 200Mhz.
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Callandor earned 1600 total points
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Set it to 166 - the memory is double data rate, which is twice the speed of the motherboard setting.

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woodendude earned 400 total points
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166mhz. x 12 (multiplier) = 1991.2 MHz. gives you the  core wpeed of 2 ghz this chip is rated at.

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Sorry have to refresh before I post!

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Thanks for the help.

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