upgraded cpu

  nojs 00:15 30 Jan 04
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I have just upgraded my chip from xp1700 to an xp2400, it is a thoroughbred (no not a horse) running at 2000mhz,15X clock speed, 266mhz fsb, 256kb l2 cache and 1.65v. When I check my computer it tells me the cpu is unknown but it does know that it is 2000mhz. I have looked in the bios settings for my board MSI KN420PRO and the only settings shown for the cpu are : clock spread spectrum DISABLED, fsb133/ddram266/agp-clock/66 and cpu control voltage DEFAULT. I belive the clock spread spectrum is for overclocking options of 0.5% 1.00% 2.00% and disabled, I think the fsb is set correctly and the ddram is correct but I dont know about the agp-clock, also I dont know what the default voltage is set at but my adjustments are: -0.05 -0.02 default +0.02 +0.05 +0.10 any ideas please?

  DieSse 00:36 30 Jan 04

"any ideas please?"

As to what? - it all looks pretty normal - what's the problem?

  nojs 06:53 30 Jan 04

"any ideas please?"
I dont know about the agp-clock, also I dont know what the default voltage is set at but my adjustments are: -0.05 -0.02 default +0.02 +0.05 +0.10 any ideas please?

It is this that I'm not sure about, should the setting stay as they are?

  DieSse 08:50 30 Jan 04

The AGP clock is correct - leave the voltages alone at ther standard (ie default) settings.

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