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post #11 of 13
Definately look around the mobo for little switches/jumpers and sometimes theres some stuff written on the mobo, normally pointing you to which switches/jumpers do what. I have an old k6-2 that I recently pulled out and overclocked 100mhz just by reading all the little box's of info on the motherboard and turning up the cpu multiplier. Took it from 350mhz to 450, temps are still good- wish it would have settings to go further. I had an ol 486 but it's in storage or trash, or I'd definately break it out to see if theres anythingelse that would help.
post #12 of 13
Thread Starter 
it has 2 hard drives that look like the ones that laptops use 2.5", and they're under the PSU ( not very inteligent!)
But i can´t seem to find the jumpers...
post #13 of 13
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post a picture of a jumper please.....
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