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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2000

    Please help for socket370 / Slot1 adapter settings

    I have just bought a Soltek SL-02A++ adapter but I believe that setup principles are identical for all adapters (even if, of course, jumpers names vary).

    1) There are jumpers to set "single/dual CPU (default)" or "Coppermine". What is correct for a CII 566. My reseller told me too use the default setting but it is the setting for a Celeron (not a CII).

    2) Should the setting of these jumpers be different whether the CII 566 is overclocked or not ? ("default" at 66 Mhz and "coppermine" at 100 Mhz ?). I plan to try a 850 overclocking on my CII 566.

    3) All the other jumpers can be left in there default position (I set the voltage from the BIOS) : Is it correct ?

    Thank you very much for your experiences

  2. #2
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    Apr 2000
    Set it to coppermine in both instances and see how things go. You may have to bump your voltage up a bit though.

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  3. #3
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    set everything to default/auto and change it through the BIOS


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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 2000
    yes, use the 66MHz default FSB setting.You might want to set your default voltage to be a little higher thru the slocket for overclocking.I set mine at 1.6vc then move on up through the soft bios as I hit the 850 mark.Mine is there at 1.74vc.Seems to work fine.Good luck!

    [This message has been edited by spark25 (edited 05-30-2000).]

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