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Topic Title: AMD XP 3000+ running at 1.29 Ghz?
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Created On: 08/12/2004 10:18 PM
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 08/12/2004 10:18 PM
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Mexiangel
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Is this normal? I feel like this is quite slow for a 3000+

If it is then how do I fix it? Thanks in advance guys.
 08/12/2004 10:22 PM
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Silk_the_Absent1
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Based on the speed you list as being 1.29 Ghz, it tells me that the multiplier is @ 13, so we know it's a 166Mhz FSB (333DDR). Go into the Bios and set the FSB to 166 and it will be @ the correct speed.

-Adam
 08/13/2004 04:13 PM
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ectobaites
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What is your motherboard model? It could have a jumper that sets the FSB. If it is set to 100, change it to 166.

Also, you would need at least PC-2700 RAM for your system to run properly.
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