View Full Version : yatta folders- does the biostar board allow you to set the multiplyer?
02-26-03, 02:40 PM
I'm looking at putting together a bunch of cheap systems. I was going to get duron 1100's, but want to know if I can use a multi like 8.5 and set the FSB to 133. Does the board have jumpers or multiplyers selectable in the bios?
No multi on my Biostar board (M7VIG). Only FSB. Have you looked at the gigabyte board? That one has vcore.
02-26-03, 03:02 PM
I'm looking at the M7VKQ because its $51 shipped.
If there's a socket A board out there at that price with video and sound I'm all about it. I was hoping to run Duron 1100's at 8.5x133, a 30mhz OC, on some systems I'm building for the elderly. So price is more my concern than OC'ing, although if I have to hard-code, I may do 9x133 for a 97mhz OC. I saw an MSI board with the features I need and some OC options but its about $60 with shipping which is too much added cost to justify the expense.
I suppose I can hard-code the multiplyers. Is there a way to force 133 FSB on this board?
I'm eager to hear about this as well. The BIOSTAR boards are THE inexpensive folding ticket right now and I have some cpu's waiting for a new home.
help Help HELP!!!!!!!!
02-26-03, 03:44 PM
There is a jumper for 100/133 FSB. I just scoped the manual. SO hard-coding the multiplyer and or voltage should work pretty well to get durons OC'ed at 133 FSB.
02-26-03, 04:24 PM
well......i'm using the shuttle mk20n and it does have a jumper for 100/133 mhz settings
if this helps at all
happy folding trails to yall
The mobo's are at "The Computer Clubhouse Inc" (found them on pricewatch.com) for $45.99 shipped.
02-26-03, 04:50 PM
That's $5 more profit per unit for me and cheaper folders for Team 32!!! Thanks, Wedo.
02-27-03, 07:34 PM
Arkaine, you have 9.11 posts per day, that is cool!
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