Motherboard ID to Overclock
Ok ppl here is my problem I just put together a computer out of old computer parts and i now want to overclock this thing. It is a 586 with 96 megs of ram (but only show 64). i changed the clock speed from 60 to 66 but i want to do more cause this did not do much. i tried to found out using the AMI BIOS # which is 51-e000-000000-00101111-072594-ALI5161-U but i could not find it. I got 4 PCI and 4 ISA slots. If any one know what type of motherboard this is and how to overclock it with some kickass speed plz post something. Thankz.
[This message has been edited by bud_106 (edited 02-26-2001).]
Try the PCChips site, look at the M583LMR and see if that's your board.
What is this PCChip thing ?
what is the web site where i could find info about it?
Mod w/ an attitude
OK at Wim's BIOS this is the only BIOS chip that matched a bit to mine
Premio (model: ???)
but you see mine is 51-e000-000000-00101111-72594-ALI5161-U. so i am think that my board is a Premio,but why do i have an "e" not a "p". The only thing that comes to mind is that since mine is only a 586 i don't get a "p" and if this is so where could i get a list of jumpers to change and do other stuff because programs ask what type of Motherboard you have so i just need to know.
Go to this page,
look under the Socket7 area for the M583LMR, click on the link and see if your board looks like the picture. PCChips marketed boards under a vast number of names, so brand becomes irrelevant.
Ok ppl i got some more info on this damm motherboard of mine. It was mad in Taiwan, Is Socket 4, 256/512/1 mb SD-RAM, the BIOS chip has a date of 07/25/94, and they call is a Deep Green P system.
[This message has been edited by bud_106 (edited 02-27-2001).]
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