bonne année a tous

etant bientot proprietaire de ce processeur, j'aimerai avoir des aide pour la traduction d'un texte parlant de deverouillage de celui ci
en effet, c'est petit bijoux peuvent attenteindre parfois des fréquence allant a 2.4GHz sans probleme ( d'origine a 1.8Ghz )
pour ce, vous avez 2 possibilté
- soit augmenter le fsb ( frequence interne du bus )
- soit augmenter le coefficient multiplicateur

pour atteindre ces 2.4Ghz, il faut monter le fsb a plus de 200MHz ce qui est tres dur. Il faut donc ce rabatre sur le coefficient multiplicateur mais celui ci a été volontairemement bloqué par amd
pas de panic, y'a toujours une solution

le site a trouver la faille est propose un tutorial pour deverouiller celui ci

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As you should be aware AMD started locking all of its cpu, except Athlon 64 FX. That means our happy socket A days are a bit doomed, or were, the solution to this problem isn't as easy as it should be, but at least now it's possible to change multiplier in locked cpu.

This guide applies to all socket A processors that have L3 multiplier locked, which include Applebreds, Thortons, Bartons and Throughbreds.

The problem posed to us overclockers is that our dear 2500+ bartons were the first to become multi locked from factory. Tough they can, and still are, overclocked to 3200+ simply by changing FSB from 333 to 400, some bartons tend to be excellent overclockers and 2.4GHz+ are possible with these cpus, and not all of us have ram and boards that handle +200MHz.

Since they became factory locked, many started to look for solutions to re-enable L3 bridges, but no pin as been discovered as re-enabling this, maybe L3´s simply aren't connected the way they were before, which left us with no solution.

But AMD forgot (thankfully) to lock the L5 bridges which lets us change our cpu to a mobile XP or a Athlon with MP support.

Luckily, one of OCW members, Petr, has made a software that allows chipsets that support mobile AMDs to change multiplier in windows...

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The first step is to pick the cpu and look for L5 bridges, once found the 3rd L5 bridge from the left is the one to paint. But first, and you most surelly have a locked cpu with amd new packaging, you have to proceed to link , this article will explain the trick that has to be done to successfully mod the bridge.

I simply scratched the bridge in both sides to show the un-cut section of the bridge and painted with a pencil, ended up filling the hole with graphite in the process, but it didn't had any problem. If you use conductive paint, there were previous cases of users killing their CPUs as they filled the bridge pit with it and short circuited the CPU. I won't be responsible for this mod.

Once you have done that, it will enable your cpu to use PowerNow! Multipliers, and change them on the fly using the software - CPU MSR. You may get it here , also there's an article that explains how to use CPU MSR and changing all cpu to AthlonMP.

The PowerNow! Support will depend if your board supports or not FID_Command changing, if it doesn't, most nForce 2 don't seem to work, you shall need to edit registers with WPCREDIT.

If your mod with nForce2 is successful please post it in the forum a picture of your nForce2 PCR configuration, so a solution can be found for all nForce2.

SiS and VIA chipsets are supporting this without any problems, especially SiS´s ones, VIA´s may require register editing which is described by Petr in his CPU MSR page. The first mod I've done was on a K7S8X-E+.

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Having the cpu oriented so that L6 is to your right the bridge config for multiplier is described here

So if you would want to open till 12x multiplier you see in table CCC:C, which means, looking at your cpu this way you should cut the forth bridge from left.

If you want access to 6-24x, simply cut all bridges, careful, with a bad cpu in K7S8X-E+ this would be very bad has with 100MHz bus the cpu would boot at already 2400MHz!!!

Careful, as setting a different maximum multiplier may boot your cpu at its maximum, so you should set your FSB a bit lower to test first. Some boards should boot at maximum, other boot at lowest, and some at default, 11x in 2500s, and the right multiplier has then to be set in windows.

Testing in K7S8X-E+ made the cpu to boot at its maximum multiplier, which I set at 12x.

Aopen AK79D-400 left it at 11x, though it detected the maximum PowerNow multiplier to be 12x, could set it though, motherboard isn't supporting P-state changing.

I hope this could be implemented by bios, as I think if manufacturers is aware of this, they may use this to trick the board to use all cpu as mobile in order to use PowerNow! Multipliers.

I'm currently testing a way to change multipliers so they can be set for, hopefully in all boards, to boot at selected multiplier.

More news here as they come...

Special thanks to Petr Koc for all his previous and continuous work, people from Fab51 and oc-prices pages, and Bluetooth for posting this.
voici les 3 page a savoir qu'il y a sur le site des lien vers d'autre site
j'ai copier le texte ici par simplification pour le traducteur ( je le remercie d'avance )
pour ce qui es de la page une, j'ai globalement compris ( normal, ce n'est que l'intriduction ),
le dificulter arrive a la page 2 et 3 ou je ne cerne pas toujours