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December 21, 2004 10:28:37 AM

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I have an old MSI Turbo 2 MB, 133 FSB max and 4 bit multiplier, and will be moving an unlocked AMD
XP 2500 socket A MB onto it. I need to set the 5 th multiplier high so I have access to the
multipliers above 12. Yes I have Googled and checked overclocker etc. but they fail to give the
pin #. I was told I need to set pin AJ27 high so I need to know the layout and what pins to
connect it to set it high, and to set it low. and their location on the socket .
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December 21, 2004 5:33:55 PM

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"KG" <kgsAT@msbx.net> wrote in message
news:865gs0pvr833tp8uh28k109lsqfbpjj1km@4ax.com...
> I have an old MSI Turbo 2 MB, 133 FSB max and 4 bit multiplier, and will be moving
an unlocked AMD
> XP 2500 socket A MB onto it. I need to set the 5 th multiplier high so I have
access to the
> multipliers above 12. Yes I have Googled and checked overclocker etc. but they
fail to give the
> pin #. I was told I need to set pin AJ27 high so I need to know the layout and
what pins to
> connect it to set it high, and to set it low. and their location on the socket .
> *****************
> Thank You kgs@msbx.net
>
> A true believer in compassionate liberal anarchy.
> Try it. it's better than what we have now!
>
> To reply to this email please remove the AT
> after the kgs in the reply to address as shown above.

Should find it here.

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/TechnicalResources/...

eric

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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 socket, pin
AJ27 and Vcc_core is located?

On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 14:33:55 -0000, "Eric Parker" <newsnet@thedrossericparker.plus.com> wrote:

>"KG" <kgsAT@msbx.net> wrote in message
>news:865gs0pvr833tp8uh28k109lsqfbpjj1km@4ax.com...
>> I have an old MSI Turbo 2 MB, 133 FSB max and 4 bit multiplier, and will be moving
>an unlocked AMD
>> XP 2500 socket A MB onto it. I need to set the 5 th multiplier high so I have
>access to the
>> multipliers above 12. Yes I have Googled and checked overclocker etc. but they
>fail to give the
>> pin #. I was told I need to set pin AJ27 high so I need to know the layout and
>what pins to
>> connect it to set it high, and to set it low. and their location on the socket .
>> *****************

>Should find it here.
>
>http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/TechnicalResources/...
>
>eric

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