This was a few months ago, so mabe Asus has a newer BIOS out there now. If you have 1.05 (without dot ) it officially works with Palomino (up to 2100+). The system is still running fine but at only 129 MHz memory speed.With Spread spectrum enabled it would only run at118 MHz.Have you tried using the manual settings in the BIOS?? hi, i just changed my athlon 1G processor to Athlon XP 1500+ and now my system become unstable especially copying files. have a peek here
I really don't want to replace the mobo and RAM because (a) the RAM cost me a packet and (b) it's only a year old. sometime kernel32.dll error! I suggest you further check all setting, then try again. The time now is 03:38 PM. © PC Perspective 2000 - Present PC Perspective Top Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
The omnly problem, I see maybe you have an older or initial release mtbd. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. by Ray Harinec / March 12, 2005 12:27 PM PST In reply to: Asus A7V133 v 1.05 motherboard - Upgrading to Athlon XP 2100 Disable "Spread Spectrum" in the BIOS. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/athlon-xp-on-asus-a7v133-rev-1-04-0-mobo.714492/ This one has official AthlonXP support.I can't confirm whether or not the 'dipswitch trick' will work.
where you *manually* configure the setting besides any bios setting. Have a look around and tell us what you think in our feedback forum. Finally came across a sugestion made by Iceborg on these forums that flashing it with bios 1005a will work, and it did!! everyone i know who has a 1.04 said they had no trouble using the xp cpu as a side note...
But the retail hsf for the XP is much better quality than for Tbirds. #6 rimshaker, Jan 29, 2002 Wind Diamond Member Joined: Jul 22, 2001 Messages: 3,034 Likes Received: http://www.geek.com/forums/topic/asus-a7v133-c-and-athlon-xp39s/ I'd stick with a Palomino, unless you feel like buying a new board and memory too, but then you're obviously talking a couple hundred bucks for everything (with a good board, Since, I had this mtrbd. would a TB use lower voltage than a pally.
The chart is not clear on whether earlier rev levels, like my 1.04.0 will support any of the XP chips. navigate here To get 1005a BIOS go here: http://www.a7vtroubleshooting.com/in.../index.htm#133 Good Luck All! by Willy / March 12, 2005 7:55 AM PST In reply to: Asus A7V133 v 1.05 motherboard - Upgrading to Athlon XP 2100 You truly need to check the Aus support Asus A7V8X-X and AMD ATHLON XP3200 CPU 333FS Athlon XP 2500 not working in ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe Can I OC my AMD Athlon XP 3200+ with the ASUS A7N8X deluxe b
If only bios setting, be sure to verify the voltage, FSB, and CAS setting are done if done manually. Looks like he did try it and wouldnt work, otherwise a seller wouldnt point out a bad feature of his item. so I'm thinking of upgrading to an AMD XP chip. Check This Out the XP2000+ uses a 12.5x setting.
umm... Forums > Chips > Asus a7v133-c and athlon xp's "Asus a7v133-c and athlon xp's" Started 6/15/2007 by Incubus Z in Chips Forum (3 posts) 1 7/30/2003 (1:52 am) Current setup: ASUS A7V133 REVISION 1.05 (NO DOT) AWARD BIOS 1009 ATHLON XP 2100+ PALOMINO 1733MHz 512MB PC133 INFINEON SDRAM 80GIG WD HD 8MB CACHE SB LIVE! 32MB NVIDIA GEFORCE2 MX400
Username: Password: Cancel Forgot Username / Password? The rev 1.04-1.05 is compatible w/ XP CPU w/ bios 1.007. Moral of the Story? Other versions might work with palomino too.
Forgot your password? Finally got my new chip to work!! Raise the voltage and try again! this contact form but it will support Palominos.
Using the retail hsf, i get 41-44C idle and about 52-55C full load temps. I went out and bought an MSI board for the XP chip. It would appear that it will not support Thoroughbreds...