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Underclocked with my new processer

I bought a new processor which is clocked at 2.66GHz, i put it in and its working fine. Until i learned that its actually UNDERCLOCKED and going only as fast as my old processor which was 1.99GHz.

so basically my processor is only going 1.99GHz instead of 2.66.

I took the battery out of my Motherboard to clear the CMOS, no luck.

I flashed my BIOS, no luck

The exact problem lies within my FSB settings which i CANNOT access in my Bios.

According to Everest my motherboard is Aopen AX45-V Bios version R1.10


My processor is a Intel Pentium 4 2.66GHz


Also according to Everest my CPU FSB is 99.6 MHz (original: 133MHz)

so its underclocked.


I've already posted my problem on about 4 other forums and this problem is really getting to me, and i'd really like some quality answers so i can fix this. Any help is greatly appreciated


Thanks..


it seems the AX45-V doesn't have any FSB/Voltage feature, is there any way i can access this?

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Check the motherboard for jumper settings to change clock speed etc as usually if its not in BIOS its on the M/board

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