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Jumper settings for an AMD 550 mhz K6-2 chip.

I have a FIC VA 503+ motherboard and need the Jumper settings for an AMD 550 mhz K6-2 chip. I also need to know where I can get an ATX power switch for an ATX power supply for this board.

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If you still have your manual, see page 19. Set CPU External bus frequency (100MHz) as shown & CPU to bus use 5.5x = 550MHz.
Jumper settings for an AMD 550 mhz K6-2 chip. - 4e82fec.jpg

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You can download the manual here:
http://www.fic.com.tw/support/download.aspx?dl=motherboard%2fmanual%2fsocket7%2fva-503%2b%2fva-503%2ba4sh.zip&title=va-503%2ba4sh.zip&info=manual
There seem to be more setting after going over the manual.
Any of these power supplies will work with the FIC board. All come with the 20-pin ATX main power. Some come with 24-pin power connector that you just do not use.
As far as finding a power switch for an ATX power supply try looking to a Good Will store. Most places have old PC parts for sale cheep. or try here: http://www.trianglecables.com/atxcaspusbut.html
http://www.directron.com/switchat.html

Good luck skivvynine!
Hope you find all this helpful.
Mike

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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