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Old 25th December 2003, 09:03   #1
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Default multiplier???

ok i am trying to OC my amd athlon xp2500
the multiplier only goes to 13, so now where do i go from there? I have a k7n2 D mobo made by msi
512 ram pc 3200

i believe the bios is award?
Old 25th December 2003, 10:56   #2
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you can go to 13, but if you want to go higher you'll need to unlock the higher multi's by burning some bridges
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Old 25th December 2003, 12:49   #3
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and this will change the bios, to reflect more multipliers?
Old 25th December 2003, 14:10   #4
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or up the FSB. Not a good idea for an MSI, but still.
Just Don't push it too much.
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