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Holst 12th July, 2003 12:53 AM

Unlocking duron
Hi all.

Im building a PC for my sister and I have aquired a cheap motherboard for it but it has no overclocking features at all :(

Its a morgan duron 1300.

I put it in my dads 8k3a and it did 1.55gig default voltage so id like to run it at 133x11.5

This means setting the multiplyer to 11.5 which I cant do :(

I cut the L3 bridges (all of them) then repainted them in accordance with the bridge guide here --

But it didnt work :(

Its still stuck on 13X multiplyer.

Ive tried both open and closed L1 bridges with no effect.

I "could" give the chip more voltage and try to get 133x13 stable, but ill have to Vmod the board and then it might overheat as im making a custom case, plus I want it quiet.

Thanks for any help.

(I havent named the board as im embarressed to be using it)

SteveI 12th July, 2003 02:37 AM

At the same site, there's another way to do it... I'm not sure, but I think you can try this as well:

Click on the first link that says:
"Interaktive Pin-Mod Anleitung V1.1 jetzt mit Multi und Vcore Auswahl"

BTW... is the mobo a K7s5a?? ... At the very least, I'm guessing it's not an Epox ;)

whatever 12th July, 2003 05:44 AM

Holst, swap your L10.. connect the bridge that was already cut by factory, and cut the bridge that was already connected.

L10 swap method will enable your Duron1.3 to enter the low-half range of multipliers (5x~ 12.5x)..

and close all L1 bridges ofcourse. :)

flytek 12th July, 2003 09:23 AM

heres a pic. maybe some help

Holst 12th July, 2003 11:23 AM

Thanks guys, ill try this once windows is installed.

And its not an epox board :P

Lazgoat 12th July, 2003 03:47 PM

Hmmm, is it a PC Chips? ;)


LBJGH 14th July, 2003 09:25 PM

I found the wire-in-socket mod worked well for me...

ral 15th July, 2003 07:32 PM

I seem to remember that different model of Duron are unlokced differently. The wire in socket trick works for which models of Duron?

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