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I have a new MSI p45neo fs main board with E7400 cpu. Could you help me? What should I set the JB1 JB2 Jumpers at 200,200-266, 266-333, 333-400 mhz. The system has 4gb of ddr2@667 and a MSI n9400gt graphs card.

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Hello,

You can set the jumpers to:

JB2 - Pins 1 and 2
JB1 - Pins 2 and 3

200->266MHz

Your CPU has a FSB of 1066 MHz. (See http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=36500 )

The system uses a "4" multiplier, so the freq. for the above settings would be 800 - 1066 MHz.

You can overclock the CPU at your own risk using the other settings. I would not recommend it, but many do. Better safe than sorry.

Thanks for using Fixya.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

  • Wayne Mineard
    Wayne Mineard Jan 30, 2010

    BTW this is what Intel says about overclocking:



    Reliability Issues

    Overclocked processors can produce unpredictable results or system instabilities, which might not be readily apparent. The life of the processor may also be shortened. The expected frequency is the frequency at which Intel warrants the reliable performance of the processor.

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