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Asus P5P800 SE, most current BIOS.

I don't see anything referring to the supposed "lock free" feature in my BIOS settings. Is this cause of the nature of my P4 640???
    
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WD 150g raptor, WD 750 AAKS x1 plus three others XP Home Sp2/Vista64 Prem/Windows 7β Samsung Syncmaster 244T Logitech G15 
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Silverstone Olympia 1 kW Thermaltake Armour Razer Lachesis Razer Mantis gaming surface 
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That's one odd feature that I still don't get myself.

I'm not sure if it's supported by the Mobo in conjunction with the CPU or the MoBo itself can do that because I was playing with my 650 one day and I was able to hit a x14 multi but I had to set EIST to "minimal" and recently with my AG8-3rd Eye 915P, I saw that I was able to set the multi to x14 with my 540.........I sure don't get it at all.

Maybe if you don't see it in your MoBo's BIOS is because it's not supported at all? Check for EIST and set to "minimal", maybe that would help? If applicable that is.
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