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You can download the product guide for your board from Intel here. It covers all the jumper settings and other details of the hardware.

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Follow this link to the Intel website where you can look at the documentation with all the settings in it

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If the motherboard is new or you never set any jumper setting or you did not interfere any connection seeting their then you yo did not need jumper setting to seat the CPU.

The CPU you are going to use is very compatible in your mainboard so do not worry about the setting.

more about your setting click here for the usermanual of your board.

hope this help, melnavz

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