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Ok, last night I successfully booted this chip @ 210x11 = 420fsb/2.3ghz @ 1.75vcore.

I'd like to see if it will boot @ 210x12 = 420fsb/2.5ghz @ 1.75vcore.

However, in my bios, it says I can change the default x11 multiplier to whatever I want whether it be x7 x8 x9 x10 x11 x12 x13 x14 etc etc.

When I change the multiplier to x12, the system boots and everything seems fine, but when I boot up cpuz, it says the multiplier is still @ the default x11 even though I just changed it to x12.

So I reboot the system again, check the multiplier, and sure enough, it just won't switch to the multiplier I select...

A little help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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on almost all A XP chips the multiplier is locked. there were some chips that were not, but it seems yours is. some of the older chips produced at a certain time had unlocked multi's. there is a date on the chip somewhere in its code, which tells you when it was made.
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almost no hope 4 ya
    
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Yes, looks like y'r stuck. What ram timings are you running? Maybe you could bump up the FSB a couple notches. I see you got samsung ram. They aren't too good at overclocking. I have a 512M DDR333 Samsung stick in my rig, and the only way i could get it to oc much at all is to run 3-3-3-8 @ 2.65v. You might be able to get a bit more if you loosen up the timings and increase the volts.
    
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