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ECS P4IBMS Motherboard CPU Voltage Jumper Settings

There are five cpu voltage jumpers on my ECS P4IBMS motherboard (VID0-VID4). I'm upgrading from a 1.75 V cpu to a 1.525 V cpu and am trying to find out what the jumper settings should be. The manual doesn't discuss these five jumpers. Anyone have the details? Thanks.

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I don't believe that there is a P4 motherboard that needs jumper setting to specify the CPU voltage. This used to be common for Pentium & Pentium II motherboards, & some Pentium III motherboards. But I have never seen a Pentium 4 motherboard that require this kind of setting.
Besides, I checked the motherboard's manual & I saw that there is a sub-menu in BIOS labelled "Frequency/Voltage Control". This should be the place where the CPU voltage should be set, & on most motherboards, CPU voltage & frequency are automatically detected.

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