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faq:xpc_cube:sb51g [2017/01/27 14:26]
CS [I am unable to update/flash my BIOS, why?]
faq:xpc_cube:sb51g [2017/01/27 14:34]
CS [How can I run my DDR333 (PC2700) memory module at 333MHz while using Intel CPU with FSB 100 (400) MHz?]
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 Please check the jumper on JP4 first. If no jumper is set, please add a jumper cap to pin2 and pin3. If a jumper is installed on pin1 and pin2, please remove it and install it on pin2 and pin3. Please check the jumper on JP4 first. If no jumper is set, please add a jumper cap to pin2 and pin3. If a jumper is installed on pin1 and pin2, please remove it and install it on pin2 and pin3.
  
-===== Why is "CPU Clock" under Frequency/​Voltage Control in the CMOS Setup Utility ​can only go up to 132MHz, ​not as manual ​mentioned ​as 165MHz? ===== +===== Why does the "CPU Clock" under Frequency/​Voltage Control in the CMOS Setup Utility only go up to 132 MHz and not to 165 MHz as mentioned ​in the manual? ===== 
-If FSB 100MHz(400MHz) ​CPU is installed, the CPU Clock range is from 100MHz ​to 132MHz. If FSB 133MHz(533MHz) ​CPU is installed, the CPU Clock range is from 133MHz ​to 165MHz. +If a 400 MHz CPU with a 100 MHz FSB is installed, the CPU clock ranges ​from 100 MHz to 132 MHz. If a 533 MHz CPU with an FSB of 133 MHz is installed, the CPU clock ranges ​from 133 MHz to 165 MHz
- +===== How can I run my DDR-333 ​(PC2700) memory module at 333 MHz while using an Intel CPU with an FSB of 100 MHz? ===== 
-===== How can I run my DDR333 ​(PC2700) memory module at 333MHz ​while using Intel CPU with FSB 100 (400) MHz? ===== +According to Intel'​s ​chipset ​specificationsit is: 
-According to Intel chipset ​specification+  - FSB 400 MHz and DDR-200 supported. 
-  - FSB 400 MHz and DDR 200 supported. +  - FSB 400/533 MHz and DDR-266 supported. 
-  - FSB 400/533 MHz and DDR 266 supported. +  - FSB 533 MHz and DDR-333 supported. 
-  - FSB 533 MHz and DDR 333 supported. +As standard ​guidelines
-and standard ​design guide+  - When using CPU with an FSB 100(400) MHz, DDR can only run DDR333 (PC2700) at 266 MHz
-  - When using CPU with FSB 100(400) MHz, DDR can only run DDR333(PC2700) at 266MHz+  - When using CPU with and FSB 133(533) MHz, DDR-333 ​(PC2700) can run at both 266 MHz and 333 MHz.
-  - When using CPU with FSB 133(533) MHz, DDR333(PC2700) can run both 266MHz ​and 333MHz.+
  
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