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Hi i have a p4x266e 8233 via board i had there a 1,7 intel celeron and i switched it for a 2,4 p4 whit HT and the pc is now running at only 1,2 GHz . The p4 is woring i know that for 100%. So where is the problem ?? Old bios??

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Hi,

You have hit the nail on the head.

Update your BIOS and that should sort the problem out. You can always go into the BIOS and set the clock speed of the processor providing the BIOS utility supports changing the clock speed.


Regards.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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