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    help me get to 900

    i have a a7v m/b and a 800 t/bird

    got it overclocked to 850with 8.5*multi
    but when i try to go over that it boots as a 800 ive tried raseing the volts ect is it normal for it to do this
    allways happy to help

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    that happened for me too. I had to draw the L1 lines four or five times before I got the CPU fully unlocked. I'd suggest a PCB pen for the job, graphite is pretty unreliable...
    "No doubt the truth, as usual, would be somewhere between the extremes" -Arthur C Clarke

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    yes but if its gone to 850 they must be unlockes?
    allways happy to help

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    Originally posted by sven256:
    yes but if its gone to 850 they must be unlockes?
    Correct. Have you tried a FSB + Multiplier tweak? 8.5 x 112MHz perhaps?



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    yes tried that only get the ram up to 105 stable cheap ram!so still short of the 900 but i did want to reach 900 on the multipliers then o/c the fsb also is it safe to rase the volts on the ram to 3.69 volts to increase stability
    allways happy to help

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    No, I DID get my Duron 700 to 750, but not 800. then I drew the lines again and it went to 800. Try it!

    it CAN be partially unlocked, or so it seems.
    "No doubt the truth, as usual, would be somewhere between the extremes" -Arthur C Clarke

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    I used the micro silver pen. I wish the tip was smaller. My week 30 retail T-Bird 750 (that I bought from buy.com last week)is humming along at 910 Mhz 1.75v with stock heatsink and fan. I scraped off the rubber pad that came with the heatsink and used Circuit Works Silver Grease. Got the pen and the grease free from www.chemtronics.com for filling out a questionaire and asking for the free samples.

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