Raising core voltage
Well i just tried to increase my FSB from 100 to 133. My system just wont boot, the screen remains black. As i got PC 133 Ram and the Asus P3B-F, components should not be the problem here.
So it must be the core voltage which might have to be increased. The problem is, that i got my Tualatin Celeron running on an adapter card.
The question is : Do i have to increase the voltage on the card via jumper or in the bios ? Current bios default is 1,65.
Stark Raving MOD
That board is only a 440bx. it doesn't support Tualatin cpus.
Then i must be dreaming Of course it does when u modify the adapter card. It's called BX modification.
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