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Intel Motherboards and ES processors

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Do you think that an Intel motherboard that would not normally have overclock and tweak settings might unlock them when you have a ES chip in it?
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Originally Posted by tomasro

ES chips have unlocked multipliers...no special intel board needed.

Hence the rarity of them, and the expense when you find them

No, see, you don't understand. I have an Intel board, and it has rather limited OCing features. I am currently trying to purchase an ES processor, and I thought that possbily my Intel mobo might unlock all of its OCing features when the ES processor is used.
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