Question about ASUS A7V266-C (A7V266-C W/A) Motherboard
Dip switches are little switchs physically on the motherboard.
they replaced the jumpers which were found on older motherboards .
it needs to be adjusted depending on the cpu you are running .
and the front speed bus capabilites of you cpu and motherboard.
newer motherboards allow alittle bit of tweaking the speeds and settings from the bios .try that is you are confident you know what you are doing
also referred to as multipliers. if none of the above means anything to you or is out of your understanding then you need to take your pc to a computer shop and have them adjust the settings on your dip switch .
somebody may hae configured it to run faster than is reccomended also known as over clocking ..
you may be risking your cpu and motherboard if you continue to use your comp .
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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