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    I have a 476 Mhz Compaq that i have been messing with and I see the jumpers on the mobo, i tried experimenting with them but i only seemed to decrease my speed:( Does anyone know which switches on there should be turned on or a website i can go to to help me kind of o/c it? Its an AMD K-6. Thanks :shoot3: :shoot2:

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    What's the model number or even better can ya see who actually made the mobo? :?:
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    I used WPCUID and it says the mobo is a Compaq 05C4h
    I think that is it but I am not too sure.

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    Sorry but that didn't help me over at the new Compaq/HP site so it's a Compaq Presario PC but does the case still have the model number on it? :?:
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    Ah the freaky speed K6-2 (the speed is 475MHz - 95MHz FSB, 5x multiplier). Can't say I know who makes the mobo though, you might just have to experiment with all combinations (just make note of the effect of each setting)
    My Box:
    Intel Pentium 4 2.4C @ 2.7
    DFI 875P Lanparty
    512Mb Geil PC3500 Dual Channel (Cas 2-6-3-3 @450MHz DDR)
    Leadtek A280 Geforce4 4200 MyVIVO
    Audigy DE
    1 x 73Gb Seagate fibre channel 10krpm (boot drive) with LSI HBA
    1x80Gig Seagate Barracuda ATA V
    1x120Gig Western Digital 8mb cache
    Spiffy Antec Super Lanboy (LED fan and UV light)

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    Yeah i'm at the lower end of that range, anyway the model number on the case is Compaq Presario 5460 i dunno if this helps at all but the Compaq SKU:152508-004 and Compaq Serial Number: 3D99CT9GG2JC, I have still been trying different combinations and i found another way to get 476 mhz but i cant seem to find a combo to get me higher, although I haved managed to get it to an amzingly low 205 Mhz.:thumb: I'll keep trying

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    Ok I hope these links work for ya so here goes.
    This first one is for switch 1, http://www.compaq.com/athome/support.../ty10jmpr.html
    And this is for switch 2, http://www.compaq.com/athome/support...ty10jmpr1.html
    Hope that get's ya back on track if not a little higher but remember that K6-2 cpu's run hot so if ya can't get to far it could be that ya need a better HSF. I run socket A HSF's on my No.1 and No.4 PC's in sig. ;)
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    That is one of the most user friendly guides i have seen..nice job with the links WiG.:thumb:
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    Yeah they're ok for the Socket 7 ones. ;)

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    Thanks for the links they are going to be very helpful now would u happen to now whats the max V that i can set for for it?

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