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Hi, I dunno if I can, but im running a E2200 (Pentium 4 dual core)
and the default multiplier is x11, my mobo is an AsRock ConRoe945G-DVI
(Im getting a MSI P35 Neo-F for christmas) But I cant seem to push up the multiplier in BIOS, any reason for this?
 

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Multiplier is locked upwards on most chips.
 

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What they said^^^.
 

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Yep the only thing you can do is increase the FSB.

I took an E2200 to 266x11 for an easy 2.93GHz overclock with Vcore at 1.33125 on an ASUS P5E. Whenever I get some time I'm probably going to try to get it running at around 400x7. The low FSB is really holding back my RAM.
 
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