I set mine (in the BIOS near the bottom) to 166 x 11.5 and it seems to run
>> Stay informed about: AK79G-1394 chip speed settings
fairly stable, but I don't think that's as fast as I can go either, so I
will be watching this post too for stable speed tips
"Dale Albiston" wrote in message
> Recently upgraded my system, new AK79G-1394 board with a Athlon 2600XP+,
> manual mentions setting the CPU speed via the BIOS page
> 'BIOS Setup -> Frequency/Voltage -> CPU Speed Setup'
> I can get as far as BIOS Setup -> Frequenct/Voltage' but the CPU speed
> option is missing, I cannot set the CPU Ratio either all I have are
> to set the FSB (100 -> 200MHz) and the ram speed.
> I can get the system to think a Athlon 2000XP+ is in it with DDR333 Ram
> no the 2600XP+ fitted. Natually it is running cooler...
> Oh yes and SilentTek doesn't work either, the software just bombs under
> Otherwise OK but I'd like it to run faster.
> I've tried the on line manual which says the same as the printed one.
> I could U/G the BIOS but would this matter?
> The Manual lists the 2600XP+ as requiring a core frequency of 2.13GHz, and
> EV6 bus of 266MHz (the chip box from AMD says 333MHz)and a CPU ratio of
> How do I set these? I have a bus of 133MHz otherwise the ram can't keep up
> under AUTO settings.
> I've played a bit but have to clear the CMOS every time I try and go
> than at present.
> Dale Albiston