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December 21, 2004 10:15:12 AM

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Where might I find the pin layout of the AMD socket A? I have an old MSI turbo 2 MB and will be
moving an unlocked XP 2500 into it and need to know how to set the 5 th multiplier high, to enable
the multipliers above 12. The pin I was told is pin AJ27. Also I would like to know what pin it
should be connected to make it high, and what pin to make it low? Yes I have looked on the net and
have checked overclockers page etc. but they don't show pin location #. Thank you for looking.
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a b K Overclocking
December 21, 2004 4:38:01 PM

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On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 07:15:12 -0500, KG wrote:

> Where might I find the pin layout of the AMD socket A? I have an old
> MSI turbo 2 MB and will be moving an unlocked XP 2500 into it and need
> to know how to set the 5 th multiplier high, to enable the multipliers
> above 12. The pin I was told is pin AJ27. Also I would like to know
> what pin it should be connected to make it high, and what pin to make it
> low? Yes I have looked on the net and have checked overclockers page
> etc. but they don't show pin location #. Thank you for looking.

http://fab51.com/cpu/barton/athlon-e20.html

AJ27 (BP_FID 4) pull high (Vcc_core.).

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December 22, 2004 11:28:09 AM

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Thank you for your response. Now all I need to know is where exactly on the socket A pin AJ27 and
Vcc_core is located?

On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 13:38:01 GMT, Wes Newell <w.newell@TAKEOUTverizon.net> wrote:

>On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 07:15:12 -0500, KG wrote:
>
>> Where might I find the pin layout of the AMD socket A? I have an old
>> MSI turbo 2 MB and will be moving an unlocked XP 2500 into it and need
>> to know how to set the 5 th multiplier high, to enable the multipliers
>> above 12. The pin I was told is pin AJ27. Also I would like to know
>> what pin it should be connected to make it high, and what pin to make it
>> low? Yes I have looked on the net and have checked overclockers page
>> etc. but they don't show pin location #. Thank you for looking.
>
>http://fab51.com/cpu/barton/athlon-e20.html
>
>AJ27 (BP_FID 4) pull high (Vcc_core.).

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December 22, 2004 8:02:40 PM

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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 08:28:09 -0500, KG wrote:

> On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 13:38:01 GMT, Wes Newell
> <w.newell@TAKEOUTverizon.net> wrote:
>
>>On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 07:15:12 -0500, KG wrote:
>>
>>> Where might I find the pin layout of the AMD socket A? I have an old
>>> MSI turbo 2 MB and will be moving an unlocked XP 2500 into it and need
>>> to know how to set the 5 th multiplier high, to enable the multipliers
>>> above 12. The pin I was told is pin AJ27. Also I would like to know
>>> what pin it should be connected to make it high, and what pin to make
>>> it low? Yes I have looked on the net and have checked overclockers
>>> page etc. but they don't show pin location #. Thank you for looking.
>>
>>http://fab51.com/cpu/barton/athlon-e20.html
>>
>>AJ27 (BP_FID 4) pull high (Vcc_core.).
>
> Thank you for your response. Now all I need to know is where exactly on
> the socket A pin AJ27 and Vcc_core is located?

And if you look at the picture on the above link you should know. It's
this image, which is displayed in the link above. I don't know how it
could be much clearer.

http://fab51.com/cpu/barton/img/socket462_pin_diagram.g...

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