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My cpu multiplier is locked! Actually all intel cpus have their multiplier locked.
Thank you for your help but you didn'y answer my question
They're locked upward, but are unlocked downward. What was your question that wasn't answered?
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Now my FSB as u can see is 168 and cpu:dram 1:1.
For ram frequency it says 168Mhz. Is the actually frequency 168Mhzx2=336Mhz as we said above? or am i talking bull****?
If I am that means that i can run up to 200Mhz FSB 1:1 with my 333Mhz ram....?!

my question is about my memory.
Now the cpu-z says that it runs at 168Mhz. Is that true? because i knew that u have to multiply by 2 (ddr) to find that actually speed of ur ram.
So if it runs only at 168Mhz as it says then i can ran it at 200Mhz (200Mhzx18=3,6Mhz=my goal)?!is that true?
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