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I have a Ice-Cube system (mobo unknown) and was just curious as to why the motherboard would support Hyper Threading yet I can't get my processor to run at full speed. Its a P4 2.8 HT but shows up as a 1.4. Any help would be appricated. :tazz:
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There could be a jumper on the mobo that sets the fsb, these jumpers if they exsist will overide bios settings or it could be a setting in bios.

You would need to find out what mobo you have by using a program called Everast (do a google) then goto the mobo manufactuers website and find the manual it will give you instructions on these settings.

You really should do this your system will run alot better and other than some time it won't cost a thing

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