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Old 04-10-2005, 09:58 AM   #1
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Hey, can someone tell me where to find my jumpers on my motherboard and move them? I have a MSi mobo and a HP pavillion. Thanks.
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Oh yea, I need to move them so I can overclock mt PC.
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You have an HP with an MSI motherboard inside it? That's generous of HP. If it's an HP PC, double check their website first for documentation regarding your computer. I use to have a Gateway and by checking the site of the maker's PC, they will supply you with detail system specs, pictures, drivers downloads specific to your PC, etc.

But if you know what type of MSI motherboard you have, we'll see if we can look it up for you.
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It's the Msi MS-6577 and I've been searching for a while now. Please help me.
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Old 04-10-2005, 11:40 AM   #5
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I found the manual for your motherboard. Hope this will help. It's a direct MSI manual so it should have everything including all jumper info if needed. I don't see a jumper specifically to OC. Just a BIOS and CMOS.

http://www.emeyer.co.uk/temp/xenon3_manual.pdf

It was a pain to find because it's no longer supported by anybody.
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Does it say in your manual?
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What are the jumper exactley? Im building a new PC soon. Will I need to know about these?
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not really. They just help you reset the BIOS and CMOS in case you screw things up tinkering with it. Most of the OC is done software or in the BIOS.

For IDE drives, you'll have to worry about them. Make sure they are set to Primary Master for your hard drive and Secondary Master for the DVD burner.
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I dont know, some WD drives can be very picky, or at least with me anyway. whenever I put a WD HD into my comp, I need to set the jumper to cable select, or it messes up my machine. (thats y i dont use WD anyway, I like seagate. WD raptors are my only exception now) but now most mobo jumpers are used to control front panel ports (1394EEE,USB, and audio) depending on what you have it jumped to will tell the board what signal to give out.
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Ok I moved the Jumpers and I have two questions. 1. Where are the jumpers on most MOBO's? 2. In the BIOS where do I go to CRANK up my PCU speed?
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