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P4 3.0C multiplier !

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May 29, 2006 1:55:44 PM

I have asus p4p800-e-deluxe with a P4 3.0c multiplier thats locked
I know this is not an ES butt if Intel locks the multipliers then is a way to unlock them ! so ????
I reached max Fsb 248 more cannot go if i put 249 then resets bios :|
help unlock the multiplier !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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May 29, 2006 2:07:57 PM

Not possible
May 29, 2006 2:15:11 PM

It is possible !
it can be done !!! if they lock it , then it can be unlocked !!!
GRRRRRRR Im mad
:evil: 
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May 29, 2006 2:15:40 PM

It is possible !
it can be done !!! if they lock it , then it can be unlocked !!!
GRRRRRRR Im mad
:evil: 
May 29, 2006 2:16:23 PM

And also if you have your fsb at 248 that equates to an effective fsb speed of almost 1ghz (992 to be exact) which is almost that of an EE processor. As far as i know your multiplier is 15 so that equates to a speed of 3.720ghz. Have you tried raising your chipset voltage and your cpu voltage slightly? Also how good is your cooling and what temps are you running?
May 29, 2006 2:17:56 PM

No it isn't. Just because they lock it doesn't mean it can be unlocked. If i kill someone it doesn't mean i can bring them back to life. What a crap analagy that was but hopefully you get the gist.
May 29, 2006 2:20:35 PM

I lowered the ram from 500 mhz to 266 the cpu voltage was 1.80V
and still cant go to 4000 mhz :( ( i want to reach 4000 mhz !!! how can i do it ? WA HELP
May 29, 2006 2:24:28 PM

Up your chipset voltage and how good is your cooling AND what temps are you pulling.
May 29, 2006 2:27:24 PM

now the cpu runes normal 3000 mhz at 34º with a termaltake cooler fan that runes 2500 rpm :|
May 29, 2006 2:38:28 PM

my max overclock at my cpu was 3875mhz bus was 1001 i think voltage was 1.85V and i cant go 125 mhz more :( ( waaaaaa :( 
May 29, 2006 8:11:34 PM

Quote:
It is possible !
it can be done !!! if they lock it , then it can be unlocked !!!
GRRRRRRR Im mad
:evil: 


You're S O L buddy. 15x it is, and shall stay. :roll:
May 29, 2006 8:21:57 PM

hmm
no it wont stay like that ..
:) 
May 29, 2006 8:26:13 PM

Yam want it on 13 or 14 !! multiplier !
And how do the ES are unlocked ????
HUH ?
May 29, 2006 8:49:38 PM

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hmm
no it wont stay like that ..
:) 
You asked a question...You got the answers. Not our fault that

you don't "like" the answers. Don't post in here anymore, if you only

want to hear, what you want to hear. :roll:
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June 3, 2006 7:16:56 AM

How are ES unlocked? Easy, they never locked them. The multiplier lock is "burned in", why don't you open up your CPU and see if you can solder back the blown pathways?
June 3, 2006 7:31:13 AM

June 3, 2006 8:23:31 AM

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LOL...sounds like he's desperate enough to try that. :D 
June 3, 2006 8:46:55 AM

You are not likely to get a Northwood much above 3.7GHz no matter what the multiplier unless you have some extreme form of cooling like phase change. I wouldn't run that CPU at 1.8v for very long. In fact I wouldn't run it that high ever. At that voltage your CPU could die at any minute wihtout notice.
June 4, 2006 10:32:39 AM

Open the cpu :)  Ok how ?
June 4, 2006 10:34:40 AM

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Open the cpu :)  Ok how ?



GIVE IT UP!!
June 5, 2006 5:49:06 PM

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I lowered the ram from 500 mhz to 266 the cpu voltage was 1.80V
and still cant go to 4000 mhz :( ( i want to reach 4000 mhz !!! how can i do it ? WA HELP


You wont ever get to 4ghz with a northwood and keep the voltage that high (and I'm sure you are not really at 1.8v) and you won't be able to post here anymore with that P4.
June 5, 2006 6:39:42 PM

i may be wrong here, but i think hes got a prescot. his first post lists a p4 630

you cant unlock a locked multiplier because intel laser cuts the chip. you cant unlaser it.

presscot + 1.8v,

anyone else smell something burning?

and like i said in the other post bro, your only chance of getting a higher OC is to lower your ram ratio from 3:4
June 5, 2006 7:11:14 PM

You may need to mess with your ram speed. Lower the divider so you can have more overhead on the OC. He has a 3.0c...that is a prescott for sure, I used to have one. I was able to hit 4ghz, but I was on air and it got hot so i didnt keep it at that. I was also using an ABIT motherboard not an ASUS.

Best,

3Ball

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June 5, 2006 7:24:40 PM

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i may be wrong here, but i think hes got a prescot. his first post lists a p4 630
No, he says P43.0C....Northwood.
June 5, 2006 7:28:18 PM

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He has a 3.0c...that is a prescott for sure, I used to have one.
Prescott is 3.0E, Northwood is 3.0C. :?
June 5, 2006 8:39:42 PM

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He has a 3.0c...that is a prescott for sure, I used to have one.
Prescott is 3.0E, Northwood is 3.0C. :?

I concur. The 3.0c is a Northwood. I have a 2.8c and it is a Northwood. The Northoods don't usually make it much past 3.7GHz. Mine will do 3.5 on stock voltage but it isn't easy to get it to run above 3.7GHz even if I raise the voltage by .1v
June 5, 2006 8:44:53 PM

Its a northwood, where did you see P4 630??!?!
anyway that voltage on a prescott would be even worse...
June 5, 2006 9:16:19 PM

yea, I just looked it up and was wrong. Thx for the correction guys. I had a 3.0e, which I was able to get to 4ghz, sry for the confusion.

Best,

3Ball

Antec Neo HE 550w
AMD 3700+ Sandy @ 2316mhz
Gigabyte K8N SLI Pro
Sapphire X1900XTX (668 / 792) actual!
(2x1024mb) Patriot Performance Mem (2.5-3-2-5) @ 420mhz
!Mobo Limiting OC!
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