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1/4 divisor, 1/5 divisor?

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skid

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How do you tell the divisor of your mobo?


Mine is a KT-266 chipset. Am I correct in assuming it has a 1/4 divisor?
 

Tipycol

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skid said:
How do you tell the divisor of your mobo?


Mine is a KT-266 chipset. Am I correct in assuming it has a 1/4 divisor?

You're right that it has the 4th divider. If you have a KT333 or KT400, then you'd have a 5th divider. I am pretty sure you can check your divider in the bios, and find out what your max is there.
 

ronin1967

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not true with every motherboard, my EPoX for example, when I change the FSB in BIOS it shows the PCI and AGP frequencies reflected by the change, and when I get to 166FSB it even drops to the lower dividers so I can run at defaults(33 PCI 66 AGP)
 

Garfield

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get sisoft sandra and it tells you the divider and what speed you pci/agp are running at. it pretty much tells you everything you need to know... :D