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Thread: Increasing CPU voltage In need of Major help




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    I need help. I have an AMD Athlon xp 2500 + that I want to overclock to a 3200+. I need to increase the voltage to 1.75 V but there is no way to do it through the bios of my motherboard.

    My motherboard is a CHAINTECH Summit nFORCE 2 7NIL1 micro atx. It lets me increase the FSB to 400 mhz, but I cant increase the voltage.

    Are there any methods or 3rd party programs that will let me increase the voltage for the CPU ????

    Thanks

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    not that i know of :(
    im guessing because its a MicroATX board and its a Chaintech.
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    In the BIOS should be "System Performance" set that to either "Expert" or "User Define" (the wording changes from manufacturer to manufacturer) and see if that brings up some other settings (it does on most) but if it doesn't then you're stuck with what you have.

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    Generally, mATX boards aren't something you want for overclocking.

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