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    ive modded my barton 2800, unlocking the third from left level 5 cache using liquid silver, also got cpu msr. when my chip posts>> 12.5 x 200 it runns at 2.5, and is shows it as a unknown cpu type which means basicly its unlocked, i still cant change the multiplyers in the bios or on the fly for some reason, im using a leadtek pro 2 mobo, got some info on WPCREDIT but i dont know how to use it, is this my problem! y cant i get a 11x multiplyer or in fact any other multiplyer than 12.5 its breaking my skull please help gazroid200@hotmail.com :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazroid
    ive modded my barton 2800, unlocking the third from left level 5 cache using liquid silver, also got cpu msr. when my chip posts>> 12.5 x 200 it runns at 2.5, and is shows it as a unknown cpu type which means basicly its unlocked, i still cant change the multiplyers in the bios or on the fly for some reason, im using a leadtek pro 2 mobo, got some info on WPCREDIT but i dont know how to use it, is this my problem! y cant i get a 11x multiplyer or in fact any other multiplyer than 12.5 its breaking my skull please help gazroid200@hotmail.com :(
    You can't unlock them. You simply can't. It says unknown CPU type because there is not supposed to be a CPU made by AMD at 2.5Ghz

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    You can unlock them. However, it turns them into MPs. Many single-processor boards, particularly ones with the Nforce 2 chipset, simply won't recognize them.

    So basically, unlocking them is a bad idea.

    Here is one guide that will explain it:
    http://www.ocworkbench.com/2004/guid...rtonwk43-1.htm

    I had found a better article a while back, but I lost it and don't feel like spending time on Google. That article should explain it.

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