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  1. #1
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    Dec 2002

    Exclamation Motherboard OC settings

    hello i have a question for everyone. I have a IBM Netvista 2275-31A. I want to know how i am able to change the settings to overclock. I have looked thought IBM's site and it has no information what so ever about the motherboard settings. All it says is to upgrage the processor you can insert a new cpu and it will auto-detect. I know it is able to reach 1Ghz. Now i have a Duron 800mhz. But it is capable of running an Athlon chip. The only information IBM has on the board is that its a
    Via KL-133
    VT8364 northbridge, VT8231 southbridge
    and that is is Mirco ATX form factor

    Can anyone tell me how i am able to change the board settings to overclock or tell me where i am able to find a manual for this board.


  2. #2
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    Dec 1998
    Grand Haven, Michigan, USA
    Most OEM systems like these have pretty much no overclocking features. The get custome BIOSs with all the good stuff missing. You might try some software programs like CPUCool that can change the FSB under Windows.
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