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Created On: 03/20/2004 12:31 PM
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 03/20/2004 12:31 PM
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Hello, I have a amd thunderbird 1200mhz cpu, I was in the bios today and noticed for the cpu the settings where set at 1200/ muliplier 12x & fsb 100. I checked the reatail box the cpu came in and it doesn't say what fsb is. After searching around it looks like that cpu was make in both 200 & 266 fsb. Is there a way I can find out for sure what fsb mine has and then what settings in bios do I need to change? ie. multiplier settings, do I leave at 12x or what. Thanks.
 03/20/2004 01:37 PM
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Model 4 "Thunderbird" Socket A

A1200AMS3C 9x 133 = 1200MHz
A1200AMS3B 12x 100 = 1200MHz

both 1.75v

you need to locate the OPN on the cpu...although auto detect is probably doing it correctly...Good Luck!

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 03/21/2004 06:57 PM
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You have a A1200AMS3B. 12x100MHz.


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