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Old 22nd February 2004, 07:19   #1
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Default unlocking athalon 2600+ barton core

I've been looking all around to try to find a sure fire way to unlock the cpu multi on my 2600 barton core processor.I just want to make sure before i start bridging connections on the L1.I cant adjust the cpu multi at all, and my goal is to drop the multi so I can raise the fsb to crazy amounts.

OS : Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1
Date : 2004/02/22 0:13:43

CPU Name : AMD Athlon XP (Barton)
Vendor String : AuthenticAMD
Name String : AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2600+
Process Rule : 0.13 um
Platform : Socket A
CPU Type : Original OEM processor
Number(Logical) : 1
Family : 6
Generation : 7
Model : A
Stepping : 0
Feature : MMX SSE MMX+ 3DNow! 3DNow!+

Current Original
Clock : 2174.24 MHz 1916.67 MHz
System Clock : 189.06 MHz 166.67 MHz
System Bus : 378.13 MHz 333.33 MHz
Multiplier : 11.50 11.50
Data Rate : DDR
Over Clock : 13.44 %

L1 I-Cache : 64 KB
L1 D-Cache : 64 KB
L2 Cache : 512 KB [Full:2174.24 MHz]

Any help would be appreciated, danke
Old 22nd February 2004, 08:33   #2
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and part of the pain in the *** is the fact I'm to broke to upgrade to my ddr from 2100 to 3200
Old 22nd February 2004, 17:18   #3
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I don't have much time to read all of that so I hope this helps:
Old 24th February 2004, 04:06   #4
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Hey thanks Kristos, I found that article to be very helpfull,also found a video that shows it in depth.
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