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BIOS Help on a Gatway-AMD setup mobo? NEED REVISION

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oc jason

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i got a gateway setup-the mobo is jabil kadoka-I never heard of it either-but they do have some support for that board at gateway.com buy NO BIOS revisions, i NEED one if anyone can help-there are no FSB settings, No multiplier settings, and NO voltage settings. Id like a BIOS that could at least tell me temps? Can anyone help
 
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oc jason

oc jason

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NOW I JUST FEEL RETRTED-i just found the oassnp06 BIOS but any newer ones would help( sorry bout so many posts)
 

DaveB

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Dec 18, 2000
Since your KX133 mobo won't run much over 105 MHz anyway, what's the point? To O/C your slot A Athlon you need a GFD, if you can still find one these days.
 
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oc jason

oc jason

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maybe id i got new BIOS id have a voltage adjustment, or maybe a multiplier adjustment, also id really like a way to check the temps
 

DaveB

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Dec 18, 2000
You're not getting any of that with a Gateway OEM mobo. I picked up an MSI K7T Lite Socket A Gateway OEM for a T-Bird system I built for my daughter. Couldn't pass it up for $39 over on eBay. Pretty solid board (for an AMD platform) with an idiot-proof BIOS. But it'll never have multiplier, FSB, or core voltage adjustments. I has a custom AMI BIOS, while the regular MSI boards have Award BIOS's.

Plus you have a Slot A system. Since there aren't any bridges to connect, you've gotta have a GFD for multiplier adjustments anyway.