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Thread: 2800 BARTON??




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    IVE JUST BROUGHT MY NEW CHIP a 2800 barton :( i was currently using a 2500+ which was running **** hot, but i sold it and got the 2800 wot a mistake!! the mulitplyers are locked down and i cant get any info to unlock it, it's running at 2.4 at the mo but my 2500 was scoring better on 3d running at 2.2 10x 220 can any 1 tell me how to unlock my mulitplyers on this 2800 ? p.s the wire trick dont work. many thanks gazroid
    e-mail gazroid200@hotmail.com

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    you cant unlock the new chips

    theyre superlocked and can only be unlocked if you turn them into mobile chips which allow changing the multiplyer "on the fly" in windows
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    It doesn't just turn them into mobiles, but also into MPs. That's why you can't just plop them on a single-processor Nforce 2 board (Mobiles work just fine). If you got two, unlocked them, and put them onto a dual-processor baord, you could mess with the multipliers and stuff. But that's an insanely expensive solution that wouldn't increase performance as much as getting a new A64 and motherboard to go with it.

    Basically, just up the FSB and don't worry about the multiplier.

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    thanks for the info guys, ive unlocked the chip using liquid silver, but it still wont unlock the multiplyers wot can i say i tried :)

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