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User manual of QDI Advance 10T motherboard.

I'm looking for user's manual of QDI Avance 10 T motherboard. ¿Could yoy help me to find it or send me a version. Thanks a lot.
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  • vitecek Feb 25, 2009

    Hi, I have tha same problem. I am looking for manual for MB QDI K7V8366/KD7. Would you be so kind and send it to me. My e-mail adrress is vitezslavneumann@email.cz. Thank you


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Need manual for qdi advance 10 T


From the manufacturer's web-site:

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Nov 22, 2009 | QDI Group QDI Advance 10T Motherboard

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You can download it from here easliy..

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Overclocking a CPU Type Intel Pentium IIIE, 581 MHz


If you have an adjustment for the VCORE voltage in your bios, bring it up by one value, then try overclocking the CPU.

Apr 20, 2009 | QDI Group QDI Advance 10T Motherboard

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Can work Memory SDRam 128MB PC100 with SDRam 512 MB PC133


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Flashing the motherboard's BIOS might help resolve this problem as well.

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