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    I change the x setting it changes in the bios but shows no change @ bootup .. is it possible for Amd to lock out the speed of a Cpu ? I am runnin a Athlon Tbird 1 gig Socket a in a Epox 8KTA3pro .. My buddy has the same board and has no prob getting it to do so .. .. oh yeah but get this If I set it to 9x it wont boot ( i know why it wont ) but why does no other setting have any affect at all and this one causes it to not boot at all ... LMAO I am soo pissed can someone please help me .. Ty
    Muwahahahahahaha

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    It's very possible that your CPU needs to be unlocked 1st by connecting the L1 bridges on it. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    www.plycon.com sell the unlocking kit thats pretty easy to use

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    On the T-Birds, a pencil always worked well for me.
    Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill
    My Toys

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    see stucky?

    i tolja you'd get some help here ;)

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    Yeah pencil them!!!!!!!
    My System:
    AMD XP1700+@XP2000
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    Geforce 2 Pro 64 MB

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    just make sure it's a very fine point pencil... and don't join something that isn't meant to be joined...

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    Joker goto http://www6.tomshardware.com/cpu/00q2/000623/index.html

    very indepth article on unlocking a Duron/T-bird. Step by step

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