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[ The PC Guide | Systems and Components Reference Guide | Motherboard and System Devices | System BIOS | BIOS Settings | Hardware Device Settings / "CPU Soft Menu" ]

CPU Operating Speed

This setting allows you to select the operating speed of your processor directly. When you set this value, the BIOS will automatically set the "External Clock" and "Multiplier Factor" values for you, and lock them so they cannot be changed. For example, setting this value to "166" will set the external clock to 66 MHz, and the multiplier to 2.5X. To manually control the external clock and multiplier factor values, you must set this parameter to "User Defined".

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