OK just make my comp, using an asus k8v-x motherboard and a AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3400+. Now when I first booted up it automatically found my AMD 64 Processor 3400+ so I naturally assumed that I wouldint have to do anything and that the new Motherboards were smart enough to do that stuff for you. Well while fiddling with 3DMark05 I noticed on my spec sheet it said: Internal Clock 801.0 MHz, and on the other side Internal Clock Maximum 2.2 GHz. So I was like whats goin on, I also noticed in Half life 2 it saying my clock is 801.0 MHz. So Im wonderin, is my CPU runnin at full speed? Also they dont use jumpers for cpu clocks anymore, In my BIOS I can increase my FSB which raises another question: If I increase my FSB, will my Motherboard automatically lower my clock speed to compensate? Thanks to anyone who can enlighten me on this P.S on 3DMark it also says: External Clock 200.0 MHz , guessin thats my FSB?