linuxbios can't identify celeron 850MHz

ollie lho ollie at
Mon Nov 4 21:05:01 CET 2002

On Tue, 2002-11-05 at 02:28, Ronald G. Minnich wrote:
> On 4 Nov 2002, James Alton wrote:
> > It seems that your 850mhz celeron chip should be running at a 100Mhz bus
> > (8.5x clock multiplier. 8.5*100mhz = 850Mhz) instead, you are feeding it
> > 66Mhz. (8.5*66 = 560Mhz) You can fix this by talking to your clock chip
> > and telling it to change the clock speed. (Which involves finding your
> > clock chip on the motherboard, looking up to see if there's already code
> > for it, or if you have to hack out code yourself using spec sheets. lots
> > of fun.)
> when you figure it out, send me a howto :-)

	The old setclock utility can be used to set FSB
clock for SiS 630 MBs. I was trying to put the code in
LinuxBIOS but I can not find a way to safely reconfigure
clock gen when DRAM is up which means I have to put it
in the IPL.


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