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Old 13th March 2003, 21:58   #41
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no really?
this article aims at showing the difference in raw CPU power.

Sorry if this comes over as aggressive RuB87 but you are really offtopic here.
I know I can get +220Mhz FSB on this KR7A Abit, but there is no NEED to show this in the article.
I already pointed out that by just increasing the FSB you can get a nice improvement in performance.
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Old 13th March 2003, 22:07   #42
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ahh k put me also in the list plz
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Old 13th March 2003, 22:09   #43
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Platinum 700Mb CD-R 100St voor 32.5

add it in a reply, RichBastard will do the necessairy
welcome aboard btw

not all welcomes are as warm as I wished, but hey it's good you don't run away from a small discussion :grin: :rod:
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Old 23rd March 2003, 13:07   #44
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Yo Jmke,


Nice article on the Xp1700+, Unfortunatly I allready bought a Xp2400+ but if I can believe the information I got from this site
my processor is a XP2700+

So can you tell me how to unlock it in the easiest way, this is the first time that I am going to unlock a processor so I'm a bit concerned.

Information I got is below

Athlon XP Processor High-end
Core Thoroughbred-B
CPU Model 8
Performance Rating 2400+
Working frequency 2000 MHz
Package Type OPGA
Operating Voltage 1.65 V
Max Die Temperature 85 C
L1 Cache Size 128 KB
L2 Cache Size 256 KB
Multiplier 15x
FSB Frequency 266 MHz
Stepping Code AIUHB
Manufacture Year 2002
Manufacture Week 48
Production Batch F
Batch Production Number 0264
Downgraded from 2700+
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Old 23rd March 2003, 13:09   #45
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in a recent motherboard these TbredB chips come unlocked already
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Old 23rd March 2003, 13:28   #46
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Yo,

Bad luck then I guess I have a Leadtek K7ncr18dPro motherboard with no multiplier options (overclocking is not necesary) and I thought that when I unlocked the downgraded xp2700+ it would show automatic Xp2700+ in the bios instead of xp2400+ as it does now.
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Old 23rd March 2003, 13:35   #47
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nope
you need a motherboard capable of changing the multiplier

too much hassle soldering/cutting bridges otherwise
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Old 23rd March 2003, 14:01   #48
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Any good suggestions for such motherboard, the cheaper the better.
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Old 23rd March 2003, 14:03   #49
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any KT266A/KT333 motherboard will do
you can find an Abit KX7 with raid for ~60
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Old 24th March 2003, 20:01   #50
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I'm going to buy myself an awesome 2400+ (most likely AIUHB) and I'm wondering if it would also be auto-unlocked on MY mobo. I have a rather old chipset, but a relative new revision: MSI K7T Turbo2 - kt133a - supports max cpu: 2600+/266 (!!!)

My question: are all the L1 bridges factory-connected, giving me the chance to change to mp in the bios without any physical modification of the cpu ?

/mod: offtopic: 43 to 44C stressed, luv those warm days while mom is leaving the central heating off.
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