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Thread: Difference between T-bred and Palomino




  1. #11
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    You can, but you'll have to physically unlock the processor.
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    Awww..thx for reply Darth:)


    By any chance do you happen to have the link thatlets you select certain fields and tells you what to bridge to unlock the cpu?
    - Damien

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    Thx buddy...:cheers:

    I don't get it tho...i thought you unlock the processor and then that will you play with multipliers in bios...ism't that how it works?
    - Damien

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    No as the unlock only works from 12.5 down in most cases and the upper multipliers need to be hardwired. The same as some mobo's won't take a Thoroughbred past 1.8v even though capable of supplin' 1.85v to a Palamino but that also can be changed by changin' the hardwiring a new default settin' in (will take all past set limits in most cases) which is also covered in those interactive pages there.

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