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    well they overclock well, to ~2-2.1 on default volts so i dont see why you couldnt undervolt them looks like a plan to me
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    Hello, new here. Can I do the same thing to overclock a xp-m 2400+ as teh xp-m 2500+?

    also can I use xp-m cpu to upgrade my athlon 4 laptop?


    please advise.

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    Yes, and Yes

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    Hello!
    Some people in Sweden found AMD Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1.35V (AXMD2400FJQ4C) that they overclock high. Can i use it on KT400 (Abit KD7) or must get a nForce2 motherboard?

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    the KT400 is a good board, but has very limited o/c potential compared to the new boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtMan
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    Some people in Sweden found AMD Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1.35V (AXMD2400FJQ4C) that they overclock high. Can i use it on KT400 (Abit KD7) or must get a nForce2 motherboard?
    Well, KT400 boards can't run particularly high FSBs, but there's no reason why you couldn't set the FSB to 166 and then bump the multiplier to your heart's content (although you may have to pinmod to make the multipliers over 12.5 available- I'm not sure what the 2400's default multi is). The KD7 is a good board and shouldn't really have any problems running a Barton up to 2.4GHz or more.

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    Question 2400+, 400FSB and ASUS A7N8X Deluxe

    anyone got any problems running the A7N8X Deluxe with the older PCB revision and the new higher 400 FSB's?

    i went and got freaked on the loading times so i got myself a brand new pair of 3200 DDR's and an IQYHA coded 2400+ XP-M. while at it, got a pair of SATA drives to go for a RAID1.

    why the 3200 memory you may ask. well, i'm too bloody old to wipe the bios because the mobo notices and recovers the screwed up CPU rates but no MEM errors.

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    I have a barton but is loked , does anyone know how to unlock it ?

    Any ideea?

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    Re: AMD Athlon XP-M Barton 2500 Evaluation

    Stil no answer

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    Re: AMD Athlon XP-M Barton 2500 Evaluation

    hi.

    this thread is 3 years old....so it's a little dated.

    but no...if it's locked, it's locked.

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    Re: AMD Athlon XP-M Barton 2500 Evaluation

    There's ancient guides on the net of connecting two capacitors and stuff with pencil lead and glueing over the top of it to act as a very minor contact but I'm not entirely sure that method would solve the problem for you... but as Zak33 said this thread is extremely old, you're better to try out overclocking escapades on a more modern CPU

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