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Originally Posted by lutjens View Post

I never said you edited anything. I asked if the "Overclocking Lock" switch (shown on your screenshot of XTU) does anything. If you switch it to "Unlock", what happens?

that is weird, maybe I was thinking something else.

well It says overclocking lock, so it unlocks the multipliers. but this is xeon. I dont think its that easy, for me at least.

Im not with my pc, will check and update.
Edited by johnjohniejonjo - 9/19/15 at 9:16pm
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I never said you edited anything. I asked if the "Overclocking Lock" switch (shown on your screenshot of XTU) does anything. If you switch it to "Unlock", what happens?

I can't unlock it, it says unlock fail after rebOot.
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