- May 13, 2001
I just got an MSI K7T266 Pro and a 1 ghz AXIA batch tbird cpu, and it was supposed to be all set up and ready to be overclocked. From what I can tell, there are no jumpers on the board to set the clock speed and multiplier, but there's a lot of stuff in the bios for that. However, the computer doesn't boot up if I try to change the multiplier from anything except "Auto." It comes with an overclocking utility but that only runs in 98 and I'm running 2000. I tried looking around at the different FAQs and guides but they didn't help so much, so I decided to just ask. Can someone give me some advice? Thanks.