Problem with overclocking my P2
I have tried to overclock my pentium 2, 266 to a 300. I have changed the jumper settings on my motherboard from 266 to 300, but whatever speed I change the jumper settings to, it seems to make my cpu go slower. One time I put it at 333, and it went back to 133, argh! Need help!
Did you use 3.0 Multipler with 100 FSB?
It is possible that you have the lucky CPU that are clock locked at a specific mult in which case your out of luck.
Out of luck unless you can change the FSB and leave the multiplier alone. Give that a shot. I have a P2 350 and it's locked, but I can easily reach 392 with a 112MHz FSB with the multiplier still at 3.5.
Jumperless motherboards are nice too
You need to supply more INFO! Likt Mb Type
Mem type, things like that? Then we may be
able to help? Here P2-233@350 on Abit Bx6 and P2-333@515 on Abit Bx6. Hope that helps. Jim
What's the date of manufacture for your CPU? After August 15, 1998 - P2 266 is multiplierr lock at 4.0
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