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Topic Title: AMD Athlon 2600 PR+ FSB 333 - 500W
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Created On: 04/03/2004 08:31 PM
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 04/03/2004 08:31 PM
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[^Bloodhack^]
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I have MSI KT6V Delta Motherboard - 500w Power Supply - Amd Athlon 2600PR+ Fsb 333 - 512Mb DDR Pc 400

Im running Windows XP at the moment, when I put FSB to 166 in the Motherboard and VCore Auto, XP gives me an Explorer.Exe error and when I put FSB to 100 XP works fine.

I have now 500w Power Supply and the 2 Powers connectors alredy connected to the Motherboard.

I want to know wich is the configuration: FSB - VCore and more... to run real speed.

Sorry my english is bad...

 04/08/2004 09:51 PM
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ByronIV
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Im not sure what you mean by PR+, but I have a KT6v with a 2600+ model 8 thourobred B with 512mb of pc2700 ddr....In fact, I just installed the board yesterday.

I have the fsb at 166, and everything else for the frequency and voltage settings at auto and default in the bios. This is what the 'core center' utility that comes with the board displays in XP

FSB = 167
Voltage Core = 1.650v
Memory Voltage = 2.60v
AGP Voltage = 1.55v
3.3v = 3.31v
+5v = 5.03v
+12v = 11.88v

The Processor is running roughly around 2085mhz at 167x12.5 and has an idle temp of roughly 42C.

Like I said, I set everything in the bios for voltage and freq to default except the fsb speed....do the D-Link Diagnostics lights do anything wierd when you boot?
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