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P2B-VT Jumper Manual

looking for a jumper manual for a P2B-VT motherboard
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Re: P2B-VT Jumper Manual

there are 2 main variations of the P2B-VT, the Harrier on its Phoenix BIOS with its 440BX chipset and the Kestrel on its Award BIOS with the Apollo 133 based chipset...

both ignore the cpu multiplier & FSB jumpers, however this should give you an idea of the other jumpers...

http://h20015.www2.hp.com/en/document.jhtml?lc=en&docName=bph04948
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Lee Brown
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Re: P2B-VT Jumper Manual

Steven,

I too have a P2B-VT Mbd - 8575C. There are 2 sets of jumpers, when multiplied together give you your processor speed. Thus, one set is the FS series, which on mine was hard-wired on the MBD to be 100 MHz. I located this screened into teh motherboard after removing the Drive Bays. The second was a BS1-3, on the left side of the IDE cable connectors. This setting, multiplied by the other setting, gives CPU Speed. Mine was set to a 5.5 multiplier.

I also found a listing for the jumpers, as well as a P2B Manual online. Asus.com was one site. I also did a search on internet explorer by typing ASUS P2B-VT in the ADDRESS field of IE, and it located a number of sites pertaining to ASUS motherboards. Hope this helps.

Lee Brown
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John Lorenzon
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I am also looking for a manual for this motherboard. Got hold of one very cheap and trying to bring this MB online in a generic ATX case.
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