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Processors over 800 Mhz wont work in mx3w pro-v motherboard

800Mhz processor is fine but processors over 800 Mhz wont work in mx3w pro-v motherboard. I suspect its a bios problem but where do I get an update from? If the bios is the problem.

When I write 'wont work' what I mean is that I get a black screen after booting the PC with a processor faster than 800 Mhz installed in the system.

I look forward to your comments regarding this enquiry.

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  • CONSTANTIN SPYROU Jun 16, 2009

    If you remember I had some jokers that tried to make fun of my ways. I know that I am a little or more excentric in my thinking and my doing things. But I will assure you that what I design always ahs worked in the past.
    Now, about the 800 Mhz: if the system has a cut off frequency of less than 800 Mhz, then the system does not work because the rquired frequency has to be higher than 800 Mhz. If you try to use a processors of 800 Mhz in a 400Mhz environment then the 800 Mhz with "hang up" and burn out due to overheating.
    Now in the other scheme of things a processor made for 800 Mhz, when applied with a much higher frequency to it, not only will get hot from the high rate of switching and most likely burn out, but if the frequency is high enough, it could also hang up (i.e. the plip flops inside it will stop switching and they will let a high current through the one status, with the possible result to burn out the processor, just the same.
    We, therefore, have a window of safe operation, which, if designed properly for an 800 Mhz "center frequency", it could operate safely down to may be 500 Mhz and toward the top, up to may be 1200 Mhz.
    In all of these cases we assume that the proper heat exchange apparatus (heat sing and blower). If the heat exchanger is not designed properly then it will also cause the CPU chip will.
    I received this same question, but I did not see any failure having occured. Therefore, the judge says that if there is no corpus delicti, then there is no crime and I did consider the whole thing to be a simple waste of time, when we had other clients, desperately needing help.
    As I have said before, I can work much better if I have guides, to guide me.
    CONSTANTIN SPYROU


  • CONSTANTIN SPYROU Jun 18, 2009

    A processor made to operate at 800 Mhz. If another processor much faster than the 800 Mhz was placed
    in its place of 800 Mhz, the operation will be erratic (missing counts) due to the higher frequency design, it
    is possible that it will not follow the lower frequency and it is possible to get got, because its cycle of
    conduction will be wider and could get hot and possibly even burn out. If a lower frequency processor is
    placed in the place of the 800 Mhz, the operation will be erratic, could get hot because of the higher angle of conduction and it also could even burn out. So, we have to watch it both ways. Today there is a way to
    strain every hertz out of a processor, by speeding up the clock, a process known as "overclocking".
    Nothing changes out of the theoretical explanation. The heat sink will have to most likely be re-done. At
    times a cryogenic generator may be necessary. The whole thing in a nut shell is that we have to find some
    way to get the heat out of the CPU chip... We can safely say that the CPU chip is not operated like a switch
    turned on and off, it rather is operated as a variable resistor and this is the reason for the generation of excessive heat, that we have to be extremely careful in removing it, or we could damage it...
    CONSTANTIN SPYROU

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Hi,
This error is usually caused by an incorrect setting of either bus speed or multiplier (or sometimes processor chip operating voltage). These could be set either by software ie in BIOS or by changing tiny switches mounted on the motherboard.
Have you consulted your motherboard manual?
Try here: http://www.motherboards.org/files/manuals/1/p3v4x-102.pdf
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This will help: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx

These freq and voltage settings are set under BIOS which is usually accessed by hitting the DELETE key on your keyboard after turning on your computer.
Sometimes a quick fix is to enter BIOS as per the above instruction and selecting LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS or something similar to that and then save and exit BIOS and allow the computer to reboot.. That may get you to the point of booting up without the improper freq comb error.
If you have no luck playing with the above info, shut down your computer and remove the left hand side cover on your computer box or tower, so you can access the inner workings of your computer.
Remove the cooling fan from your processor chip. It will be a large square or circular (black or silver colour).
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Search the internet for its specifications ie search for SL52P.
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Intel chip info: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support?iid=hdr-AP+support

http://processorfinder.intel.com/List.aspx?ParentRadio=All&ProcFam=483&SearchKey=

Also Try this: http://processorfinder.intel.com/Default.aspx

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The Intel Pentium 4 HT 3.0GHz processor has an 800MHz FSB, (As you have already stated), and uses 1.475 to 1.55 Volts.

The motherboard chipset for that Dell Dimension 2300, is an Intel 845GL.

This list on Wikipedia, shows you parameters the Intel 845GL chipset supports,

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It is not save for your system making it work faster by overclocking it.
Some times it works fine just using the right cooling methods, but some times its leads to system freezes, crashes and even to permanent processor damage.
So i advice you to keep that in mind.

If you want to proceed anyway.
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The 800 MHz seems to be your system bus speed and not the CPU speed. They a related but no quite the same. Overclocking is usually defined as forcing something to operate at a higher speed than it was designed to. If you changed the 800 MHz to 1.6 GHz in your BIOS then yes it could be considered overclocking.

One thing I would like to mention is that when changing clock speeds in your BIOS, do it in small steps, if done in large steps it can cause system instability.

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