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Topic Title: 2600+ oc/multiplier
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Created On: 08/02/2005 09:37 AM
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 08/02/2005 09:37 AM
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zonda12
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does 2600+ barton have locker multipliers? thats the only thing i can increase to oc my CPU since my mobo supports max of 333fsb which the CPU is running at.
if i increase the multiplier, i can oc the CPU. cheers

Edit: sorry posted in the wrong forum. can a mod move it please.
 08/02/2005 02:44 PM
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anyone?
 08/02/2005 04:29 PM
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...moved to appropriate forum...

Depends on the date code or if it is a mobile...

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 08/03/2005 02:34 AM
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its not a mobile. where can i find the date code...on the chip? after a certain date the multipliers were left unlocked?
 08/03/2005 06:24 AM
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QUOTE(zonda12 @ Aug 2 2005, 10:34 PM)its not a mobile. where can i find the date code...on the chip? after a certain date the multipliers were left unlocked?
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Socket A desktop processors have been locked since about week 39 2003. If yours is newly bought, it's probably locked.

Look for four digits in the middle of the bottom number on the cpu. For example 0425 means the production date is week 25 2004.

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