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So, you start by pressing the Start button once (1). Luckily, it is not a Gigabyte board, when the system keeps booting with default settings and you have to keep hitting the Del key non-stop until you enter the BIOS. abit mainboard stops booting and offers you to continue by pressing F1 or to enter the BIOS at this time.

Then we hit Del (2) and see the main BIOS page. We hit Enter (3) and get into the SoftMenu Setup. Down arrow, Enter (5) and we select Linked mode for CPU Operating Speed, which requires another Down Arrow and Enter hit (7).

Now we have to set the desired FSB speed: Down Arrow, Enter, four-digit number (1500 in this case, as it corresponds to 375MHz FSB), Enter (14).

Down Arrow twice, Enter (17) and we are in FSB:Memory ratio page. Let’s select the memory divider for SyncMode, which requires another four hits on Down Arrow and Enter (22).

Now let’s deal with the voltages – two Down Arrow hits and Enter (25). Voltage Control should be changed from Default to User Define – Down Arrow and Enter (27). The C{U voltage may remain unchanged at this time, but let’s increase the Vmem – Down Arrow twice, Enter, Down Arrow 7 times more and Enter again (38).

CPU VTT Volatge may stay as is, and the NB voltage has to go up: three times Down Arrow, Enter, another 5-7- times Down Arrow, Enter (48-50).

 
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