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What's the correct jumper for jbat1 sw1 sw2, i think i've screwd their correct jumper

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Sw1 should hook to PWR, the first two horizontal pins in the back row, with the text on the connector facing you, sw2 should hook to RESET, the next two horizontal pins in the back row. You will probably want to hook jbat1 to the HDD indicator, which are the first two horizontal pins on the front row, facing you. All of these should go in the first block of pins.
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Looking at the Bottom/Right corner at the CMOS battery;
There are THREE sets of jumper pins to the bottom right edge of the CMOS battery.

6 pins towards the outside edge of the motherboard, 3 pins to the inside of the motherboard. (Left side of the 6 pins)

On the 6 pins in a row configuration, the top 3 pins is SW1.
The bottom 3 pins is SW2.
The 3 pins to the inside of them is JBAT 1

In the 3 pins for SW1 the bottom pin, or pin closest to the bottom edge of the motherboard, is Pin 1.

Same for SW2. The bottom pin, or pin closest to the bottom edge of the motherboard, is Pin 1.

Jumper on pins;
SW1 pins 2 and 3, SW2 pins 1 and 2 = 266MHz FSB support
SW1 pins 1 and 2, SW2 pins 1 and 2 = 333MHz FSB support

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  • Channel Chart
  • Position 1: sw1 down, sw2 down
  • NORMAL CHANNELS

  • Position 2: sw1 up, sw2 down
  • 15=26.815 20=26.885 25=26.925 30=26.985(ch3)
  • 16=26.835 21=26.895 26=26.945 31=26.995(ch3A)
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  • 4=27.645 14=27.765 24=27.875 34=27.985

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