Okay, when I was building what I assumed would be a powerhouse, I bought a nice fast processor, plenty of RAM, etc. The motherboard I purchased is this:
I bought an AMD Athlon XP 2600 (or 2400 I forget) Barton Core, which should run at or around 2Ghz. Instead, I have a 1.09Ghz processor and I think I know why.
If you click on the "View Large Image" on the motherboard screen and scroll right, you'll see a blue box with some switches. Well, that's the bus speed box. I need to get that up to 333Mhz, but since I know nothing about the actual switch flipping and the motherboard came with no instructions whatsoever for it, I'm up in the air on how to do it.
Anyone have any advice? I may just take it to a local computer shop and say: "You, may who I pay $50/hr! Fix! Make fast!"