Overclocking Intel Seattle SE440BX

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I need help changing my FSB on this mobo i can change a jumper and
change the
clock speed to 450 but when the system is running its still
350 mhz. I cant find
a program to download that works with this board
is there anyway to access
hidden features in the bios? It has a pheonix
bios. If anyone knows of anyway to
overclock this mobo help me out. Also
is there anyway to change the clock
Here is some system info.

Motherboard Properties  
Motherboard ID   4S4EB0X1.10A.0019.P09.9808141130
Motherboard Name   Intel Seattle SE440BX
Front Side Bus Properties  
Bus Type   Intel GTL+
Bus Width   64-bit
Real Clock   100 MHz
Effective Clock   100 MHz
Bandwidth   800 MB/s
Memory Bus Properties  
Bus Type   SDR SDRAM
Bus Width   64-bit
Real Clock   100 MHz
Effective Clock   100 MHz
Bandwidth   800 MB/s
Motherboard Physical Info  
CPU Sockets/Slots   1
Expansion Slots   2 ISA, 4 PCI, 1 AGP
RAM Slots   3 DIMM
Form Factor   ATX
Motherboard Size   200 mm x 300 mm
Motherboard Chipset   i440BX

BIOS Properties  
BIOS Type   Phoenix
4.0 Release 6.0 Version A09
System BIOS Date   08/14/98
Video BIOS Date   08/16/02
BIOS Manufacturer  
Company Name   Phoenix Technologies Ltd.

CPU Type   Intel Pentium II, 350 MHz (3.5 x 100)
CPU Alias   Deschutes, A80523
CPU Stepping   dB0
Instruction Set   x86, MMX
L1 Code Cache   16 KB
L1 Data Cache   16 KB
L2 Cache   512 KB  (Built-In, Half-Speed)

CPU Physical Info  
Package Type   242 Contact SEC Cartridge
Package Size   12.82 cm x 6.28 cm x 1.64 cm
Transistors   7.5 million
Process Technology   5M, 0.25 um, CMOS
Die Size   131 / 118 mm2
Core Voltage   2.0 V
I/O Voltage   3.3 V
Typical Power   11 - 24 W  (depending on clock speed)
Maximum Power   16.8 - 36.4 W  (depending on clock speed)
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Re: Overclocking Intel Seattle SE440BX

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The clock multiplier is hardware locked in the processor, as it has been on
all Intel processors since the PII 300Mhz if memory serves. There's a few
rare "confidential" types that are unlocked floating around, but they were
very rare. I know all 100FSB ones are, so your BIOS setting does nothing.
And since this is an Intel board, there's no FSB adjustment, you're stuck at

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