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Old 14th November, 2002, 05:27 PM
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I agree completely with that statement. I've broken stuff but I've never returned anything that was damaged through either my carelessness or zeal. I chalk it up as another learning experience.
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The issue of grease over paint was well illustrated to me recently when I went to Daniels to help unlock his XP 1600 and it had super glue over the connections that had to be removed. it would have been a snap with the grease, it just wipes off. Plus, everything I get into super glue I end up stuck to something, hence the old chip still stuck to my left derrière cheek but that's another story! LOL
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Old 14th November, 2002, 05:48 PM
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You used thinner to remove the super glue?

It softens it.
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Old 14th November, 2002, 06:45 PM
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I hate to to a nag or to preach. But I am a firm believer in "You break it, you bought it." If you screw something up because you were using it in a way other than the manufacturer intended.

I just don't feel that the overclockers creed should be "I uh don't uh know. It just broke."

It gives overclockers a bad taste in retailers mouths.
You would be supprised what one can find out from a dead board with an oscilliscope
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Old 19th November, 2002, 06:32 AM
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i uzed to do that U- pin mod on the P3 systems.. waz fun.. and yes it is easy. Nice to see that method is appliable for the AMDs.. i'm gonna try that method too later when i get t-breadddddd chip!
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Old 22nd November, 2002, 08:14 AM
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Groltz PM'd me asking about the multipliers available on the 2400 unlocked as I have it now:
16 = 6.0
15 = 5.5
14 = 5.5
13 = 12.5
12 = 12.0
11.5 = 11.5
All the rest are equal to settings as listed in BIOS all the way down to 6 = 6.0

Phew, I rebooted a bazillion times! He was asking about attaining 14 or 15 multipliers. Anyone in here had any eaxperience with that? I'm currently running rock stable at 100% use of clock cycles at 178 x 13 (12.5) right now. Can't seem to run at 180 FSB very long reliably.
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Old 22nd November, 2002, 05:57 PM
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I was wondering if anyone had yet managed to access multipliers 13, 13.5, & 14 with a 2400+ on a 8K3A.

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I'm currently running rock stable at 100% use of clock cycles at 178 x 13 (12.5) right now.
Hi,

My 13x multiplier also uses 12.5.

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