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How to set my fsb at 166

I cant find the jumpers on my board

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Msi k7t turbo 2 socket a atx motherboard it reads on the board n 1996 i hope this help thank you for your time and support i just upgrade my cpu for a AMD ATHLON XP 2600 2.083Ghz 333 FSB

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Imperial gl ve 20020930 SPECS

TriGem (Company) Imperial GLVE (Model)

Hmmm, I'm at a stalemate.

Looking at the specs for the motherboard chipset;
The Northbridge and Southbridge chip,

Intel 845GV

Supports CPU's with a 400MegaHertz Front Side Bus, or a
533MHz FSB.

Naturally I can't get a clear picture of those jumpers, but they look to be 3-pin.

If we are to assume that the jumper pins set the CPU FSB support, from 400MHz to 533MHz, then the jumper cap is moved from either

Pins 1 and 2, to Pins 2 and 3; on J2 jumper;
Or Pins 2 and 3, to Pins 1 and 2.

I know !O_O!
Sort of a guessing game, as to where the jumper cap goes to what pins, for 400MHz FSB support, or 533MHz FSB support.

Do you have any idea of what the FSB is for the old CPU (Processor), that was in the motherboard? (Or is)

Let's say 400MHz.
You now know if the CPU you are wanting to use, needs 533MHz Front Side Bus support, you need to move the jumper cap to the opposite pins.

What happens if it's wrong? Nothing. processor just won't work.
Change the jumper cap back.

(NOT plugged into power when you do. Also FOLLOW Anti-Static Precautions)

Yes. I'm 'out there on a limb'
I am assuming after looking at the TriGem support page, for the Imperial GLVE motherboard, that the J2 jumper is used to change the FSB support for the Processor.

It MAY be that J2 has Nothing to do with CPU Support.
It may be that there is no jumper for changing CPU FSB support.

(Cleared that right up, huh? Geez!)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.


[J1 = FDD. Floppy Disk Drive
J2 = CPU FSB jumper
J3 = CMOS Setup
J4 = CMOS,


Feb 19, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Trying to find the Jumper that controls FSB on a dell dimension 8200. Either that or some form of overclocking software that will allow me to get the full 2.8 out of my P4


modern Boards Auto-Detect FSB speeds, usually determined By CPU fsb And Memory/Ram speeds. It may be Wise to see if theres A user manual/guide for this board. or a possible bios update to support the CPU. also check the boards fsb speed ratings charts. overclocking is not recommended, as this can damage cpu/ram and motherboard.

Mike @ Compurepair.

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Ax4per with 1.8GHz does not recognize new 2.8GHz processor. Socket 478. BIOS is current. Is it not plug and play?


Does it POST and can you get into the BIOS? You need to set the FSB to 133MHz and the Ratio to 21x.

(I am assuming you did install the CPU correctly and installed the fan.)

If you can't get into the BIOS, you may need to reset it using JP14 on the motherboard.

Turn OFF power. Remove the AC power cord. Hold the power button in for 5 to 10 seconds. (This is done to discharge any capacitors.) JP14 normally is on Pins 1 and 2. Place the jumper on Pins 2 and 3 for approx. 10 seconds. Then place it back on pins 1 and 2. Connect the power cord and turn it on. This will set all the BIOS settiings to default and you should be able to set the FSB and Ratio.

Do you have a manual for the MB? you can get it from:

Thanks for using Fixya.


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2600+ with ASUS MB A7V266-E/AA

Here is the CPU Support list from Asus Support, for the Asus A7V266-E,

Scroll down the list. 34th one down, that is listed.

1.Did you get the Athlon XP 2600+ that has a 266MegaHertz, (MHz), Front Side Bus? (FSB)
The AXDA2600DKV3C?

There is an Athlon XP 2600+ that has a 266MHz FSB, and one that has an FSB of 333MHz. <-This one Won't work.
Model number ->AXDA2600DKV3D will Not work.
Both are Thoroughbred A/B Core models.

The AXDA2600DKV3C has a 12.5x multiplier.
Your 1900+ has a 12x multiplier. (AXDA1900DUT3C) They both have an FSB of 133MHz. (Shown as 266MHz because AMD processors are 'Double-Pumped')

A.The AXDC2600DKV3C will not work. It has a 16x multiplier. (Thorton Core)
B.The AXDC2600DKV3D will not work. It has a 333MHz FSB. (Thorton Core)
C.The AXDA2600DKV4C will not work. It has a 15x mulitplier. (Barton Core)
D.The AXDA2600DKV4D will not work. It has a 333MHz FSB. (Barton Core)
E.The AXDA2600DKV4E will not work. It has a 400MHz FSB. (Barton Core)

2.Are the jumper blocks -> CPU RATIO, and SYSCLK, still set in the Jumper Free Mode?

By the factory default settings these jumper blocks, (DIP switches), should already be set to Jumper Free Mode.
The white DIP switches should be in the OFF position. (The white switches will be DOWN, towards the numbers on the jumper block CPU RATIO. They will be UP, away from the numbers, on the jumper block SYSCLK))

The CPU RATIO jumper block is right above the processor. It is a blue rectangular block.
The SYSCLK jumper block is down the motherboard, right below the AGP graphics card expansion slot. (And above the first PCI expansion slot)

If those two jumper blocks are not set to Jumper Free Mode, set the DIP switches in the jumper blocks to this setting.

Now go into BIOS Setup. In the main menu use the Right Side Arrow key on your keyboard, and highlight Advanced.
If -> CPU Speed is set to Auto, you won't have access to set your CPU parameters. If it is set to Manual, you will see them. If it's set to Manual, write down the headings, (CPU:System Frequency Multiple, System/PCI Frequency (MHz), and so on) Write down the numbers to the right of these headings. If something goes wrong, you can go back into BIOS Setup, and change them back.

1.CPU:System Frequency Multiple should be
2.System/PCI Frequency (MHz) should be
3.System/DRAM Frequency Ratio should be
4.CPU Vcore should be (1.750)
5.CPU Level 1 cache, and Level 2 cache should be (Enabled)
6.CPU Level 2 cache ECC Check should be (Disabled)
7.BIOS Update should be (Enabled)
8.PS/2 Mouse Function Control (Auto)
9.USB Legacy Support (Auto)
10.OS/2 Onboard Memory >64M (Disabled)

Leave the rest alone.

The AXDA2600DKV3C uses 1.65 volts, has a 12.5 clock multiplier, and a 266MHz FSB. (You will see 133MHz, and set all your settings to 133MHz. AMD processors are 'Double-Pumped'. Intel processors are 'Quad-Pumped')

Aug 10, 2009 | ASUS A7V266-E (A7V266-E AA/PA/WOR)...

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How to get my CPU to run at the correct speed

Your FSB should be 400 MHz for the Athlon XP 3200+ processor.
CPU-Z shows your core speed at 1320 and your FSB at 241. If you multiply those numbers by 1.66, you get 2200 and 400. So all you have to do is get the board to the correct FSB speed of 400 and your core will be right.
There are two MSI boards with the number CPU-Z gives you. Board 1
Board two

The AMD page doesn't show the core voltage for the older processors, they do for the current ones. I looked at the MSI site and didn't see their manuals online for the motherboards either, sorry. I'm not positive it was changed using a jumper though, you saw nothing in the BIOS to set it? If the jumpers are on the board they may be labeled FSB and you can try the various positions.

Hope that helps, good luck.

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Asrock K7S41GX "NEW" does not work :bip-bip-bip

3 beeps is a memory error. remove the memory and put it in the first slot.
also the memory replacement calls for ddr pc2700.


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Motherboard Jetway V880DAS, PCU Athlon xp 2800, Memory PC 3200 2Gb. Bios Update 880DASA7.BIN .Operating system Windows XP Pro with Service Pack 2 I Set the CPU FSB Jumper to 166 Mhz.The computer keep...

is this the first time you encounter this problem with the athlon Xp? i have encounter this already with my PC. you should update again the bios of your computer, and load the setting of your bios to the default settings.. try to restart your computer.. and try to contact me as soon if this works for you. thanks!

Apr 15, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Former Athlon XP 2600 1919mhz, Now Athlon ...1180mhz, Excuse me??

Hi dont worry, for some reason the FSB speed has been changed in the bios,
to fix it you need to restart the pc, press del or F2 on some machines while on the black screen, a blue bios screen will appear, i think it should be under advanced or cpu settings, varys on different machines, look for one thats CPU FSB probably says 100 or 133, if it says 100 change to 133 if 133 change to 166,
once you have made the change, save and quit
and it will show the correct speed, if you change the settings above what i have suggested you will be overclocking the machine and it might not start up, and you will have to remove bios jumper on motherboard, but just change from 100-133 or 133-166 and you will be fine...

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