help:Changed processor

  rich88 15:35 05 Sep 04
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i recently change my processor from a athlon 2500xp to a athon 3200xp, the computer works but on the start up menu the computer say that i still have the 2500xp in the computer, does this mean that the computer is treating the processor like the old 1 and it is no improvement, can i change this at all???

  Smiler 15:41 05 Sep 04

You probably need to go into the bios at start up and change the processor there.

  bremner 15:44 05 Sep 04

Your 3200+ needs a FSB setting of 200Mh, whilst your 2500+ needed 166Mhz

They both have a multiplier of 11.

In the BIOS you will be able to change the FSB from 166 to 200.

  bremner 15:46 05 Sep 04

click here(1224) for the facts and figures from AMD

  rich88 15:53 05 Sep 04

ive look atthe bios and the only thing i can change is in the advanced chipset feature then in the dram clock/drive control, then the dram clock which goes up to 200, is this it?

  rich88 15:53 05 Sep 04

ive look atthe bios and the only thing i can change is in the advanced chipset feature then in the dram clock/drive control, then the dram clock which goes up to 200, is this it?

  bremner 16:03 05 Sep 04

Yes that sounds like it but to be sure what motherboard do you have?

  rich88 16:15 05 Sep 04

a matsonic ms8147c series VIA KT400/a Chipset socket a mainboard, i bought it in a motherboard bundle on novatech.co.uk, is that good or bad

  rich88 16:20 05 Sep 04

it says that it is a amd 462pin and support amd duron ,athlon, and athlon xp, but it also says that it supports 100/133/166 mhz frontside bus not 200mhz? :(

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