Here's a link to Amptron.
Ask them how to change voltage & if there's a SEL100/66 feature. If not, there's a way of modifiying your P2-covering some pins to allow different multiplier and voltages if your motherboard support those voltages. I don't remember the site at the moment. I'll post some sites later.
If your P2-350 is made after August 14, 1998, then no matter what you do, your multiplier is lock at 3.5. Does your motherboard manual mentioned anything regarding other FSB. If your motherboard does not have any other FSB, then you can not overclock. Just like those intel motherboard-you either run at 66 or 100 no other choice.
Need Help on overclocking
I have an Amptron p23100 MB with a Intell Pentum2 350mhz. I find no jumpers on my MB just rocker switches and a bus speed jumpers capable of 66mhz or 100mhz. No jumpers for voltage to cpu. How can I over clock my system?
My manual didn't have anything alse on FBS and it is has SEL66/100 on it. My MB was made in 10/10/98 but, I think I've found a way to OC by changing "Host Clock" setting in bios.
Then to stablize it there was another setting, (I forget what it called). Is it safe to change these settings? Is the program called "Soft FBS" safe to use if the bios does not support it? p.s. I have the newest version of Flash Bios.
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