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    Jumper Settings?

    Im trying to learn how to overclock an e-machine 433i with a celeron 433 processor. I am still a little confused as to how? Is it just a simple jumper setting if so which set of jumpers? What configuration? I guess this probably depends on the MotherBoard. Does anyone even know if these machines can be reset? I know they are junk machines so Id like to push its limits if possible until I can afford a better machine. Any help would be appreciated.

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    If you do not know the mobo (motherboard) in your current system, you can try the following links and see if one of them helps, click HERE and/or click HERE.
    Once the mobo is identified, you can locate and download the manual for it.


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    The e-machines web sight listed the motherboard as a Florida TG. When I opened the case thats what was printed on the board as well, except I can't seem to find anything on the web relating to any "Florida" motherboards and I dont have any manuals or documentation. Probably some long gone company, who knows? Thanks for the links.

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    Until you confirm the identity of the mobo using the above provided links,
    This is what I came up with regarding Florida TG, click HERE.

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    Shinma,
    Many thanks. Thats pretty much whats in my machine. Now lets see what damage I can do!
    DM

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    Good luck and have fun.

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