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is there no way around 9x multi limit?

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see sig for specs. so am i stuck with only increasing the HTT?

 

just like to know where i stand.

 

thanx

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I haven't heard anyway of doing to. Only the FX range have completely unlocked multiplier, otherwise the maximum is the CPU's default.

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I haven't heard anyway of doing to. Only the FX range have completely unlocked multiplier, otherwise the maximum is the CPU's default.

 

its not possible to work around, like a wire trick, etc, because there is no longer a VID like the AXP.

 

yes, your stuck with upping HTT, but eh.. nto so bad, when most boards can do 350+ and dividers work wonderfully. :)

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thanx guys. that is what i thought from doing research, but thought i would ask at th source to be sure.

 

scott

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this is why Rgone and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you save a little extra and get a cpu with a higher multiplier...it stinks getting stuck with a weak 9x multi...

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sorxors really bad too.

 

RGone... :nod:

 

*loves his 9x multi*

 

 

for some people, it doesnt really matter.. I use 8x anyways :shake: Helps me keep my TCC5 up to speed :)

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I have no problem with the 9x multi so far...I'm at 9x322 (2898MHz) at the moment, 1.584Volts...so, no problems at all...it would help a bit to play around with different settings, that's true, but I can't see no other advantage... :rolleyes:

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out of curiousity at what level of a64 do the multi's grow past 9x? guess this was one thing i forgot to check out before buying. in fact the thought never crossed my mind to check on this.

 

thanx all

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