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ASUS P4S8X-MX board (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131546)
and P4 2.8ghz 512/800 Chip

It's running like 1.8 default, and there's no place to change the Multiplier in the bio. I can boost the CPU frequency, it seems to be the only option I have. If I boost this to 200 it will run the 2.8ghz but should the frequency be that high?


Thx for any help u can offer
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I dont think you can change the multiplyer on a P4...

im like 90% sure lol
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okay, thx
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Originally Posted by joker12578
ASUS P4S8X-MX board (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131546)
and P4 2.8ghz 512/800 Chip

It's running like 1.8 default, and there's no place to change the Multiplier in the bio. I can boost the CPU frequency, it seems to be the only option I have. If I boost this to 200 it will run the 2.8ghz but should the frequency be that high?


Thx for any help u can offer

The multipliers are locked on almost all Intel CPUs. Enginerring Sample CPUs can change the mulit, as can XEs IIRC.

However, I am confused by what you are saying. Your FSB should be 200 (it is quad pumped to 800) and that is where you run at your stock speed of 2.8Ghz (14x200=2800). At 200 you are not boosting anything, you are running stock.

Hope that helps
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thx for the reply that's what I end up doing. Some reason I was just thinking it was going to run alot hotter that way.
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