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Overclocking , Multiplier

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by WaLLaWaLLa92, 17 Aug 2005.

  1. WaLLaWaLLa92

    WaLLaWaLLa92 What's a Dremel?

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    Hey im running AMD OEM 3200+ 64 , and was jst wondering the multipliers r fully locked on these right like basically , no way r they unlockable? , cs i noticed a trend with the amds atleast the newer the cpu , amd seem 2 keep making it harder 2 multiplier unlock. Basically if it is not unlockable i will have 2 go on the overclocking basis of keeping my multiplier as it is (obviously) and jst fiddling and raising the Vcore slowly and trial and erroring with that and the FSB and memory etc..so my question basically is , is the 3200+ 64 , have unlockable multiplier? , thnx. :)
     
  2. MR BUNGLE

    MR BUNGLE Shoddymodder

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    Hi....
    Normal Athlon 64's only allow you to lower the multiplier...
    (Which is good, as it lets you raise the FSB more!)
    Only the FX chips are fully unlocked!
     
  3. Highland3r

    Highland3r Minimodder

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    Locked from stock multi down, not available up :)
    ie 12 down, (11,10 etc) not 13,14,15 etc....
     
  4. Shadowed_fury

    Shadowed_fury Minimodder

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    Yeah, I quite like having them locked down, makes it easier.
     
  5. WaLLaWaLLa92

    WaLLaWaLLa92 What's a Dremel?

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    Ok , Thnx , So your pritty sure that the 3200+ a64 multiplier is only locked upwards?? not downwards? thnx.
     
  6. Shadowed_fury

    Shadowed_fury Minimodder

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    No, i'm 100% sure.
    As its a 3200+, you'll be able to select, 10x, 9x, 8x, 7x, 6x, and so on :p
     
  7. WaLLaWaLLa92

    WaLLaWaLLa92 What's a Dremel?

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    Ok thnx Alot , appreciate it :p
     

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