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By yiotie ·
Hi
My PC runs on win ME and when it is booting the first screen says that it runs on a Celeron CPU -MMX at 366MHZ.
In BIOS the CPU is set at 233MHZ.
Should i increase it to 366MHZ?
Why isn't it autodetected at 366MHZ?
Thanks in advance
Yiotie

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by scooter318 In reply to CPU

Adjust your multiplier in the bios to reflect the proper cpu speed.

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by Ann777 In reply to CPU

If the bios is set to 233, i wouldn't recommend adjusting anything until you know what the CPU recommendations are.

All systemboards default to a manufacturer specified default -- very simply because they do not know the specifications of theCPU that you have purchased/installed. They are not going to be responsible for blowing out your CPU (essentially overcooking it).

Who manufactured your systemboard? What BIOS revision is it? Which CPU manufacturer? What model of CPU (which determines clock speed)?

You need to be researching these questions on the manufacturer's website.... or post a comment with the specifications so that we can help you with the details (ie... what the BIOS should be set for).

Even then, you've got to make sure the cpu and the system as a whole will keep cool enough to not burn itself out at the faster settings.

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