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Firebird00500

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Seeing as how the overclocking topic I made wasn't going anywhere, I went ahead and tried it for myself. (I have an AMD Athlon XP 1700+ processor). I restarted my computer, hit delete, brought up the "Cell Menu" and changed the FSB from 100 MHz to 120 MHz. Now my computer will not even boot up. What happened?
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well...hopefully you didn't cook anything....but to get it back up....reset your bios...either by following your motherboard manual's instructions on how to reset the CMOS....or take the CMOS battery out for a few minutes with the machine unplugged
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Hey thanks... and I read my manual... apparently it comes with an automatic overclock. "Dynamic Overclocking".
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