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How to set the CPU frequency (MHz) on bios set up?

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    Brian Perry May 11, 2010

    Once you boot up into bios, you should be able to change the frequency under the chipset feature. It varies for whatever bios you have. If you can't find it, look me up and I'll try to walk you though.

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Enter in bios setup.change frequency in prescribed column

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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