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Dragon306

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okay so i was browsing eBay (i have been buying all computer-related items from there for about two years) for a upgrade Athlon XP for my system and i found a few that claimed to have unlocked multipliers, allowing more free overclocking ability. is this legit?? someone claimed that an unlocked 2600+ could run at 3400+ with good cooling. is that true? how does one unlock a CPUs multiplier? does it actually yield a great overclcoking advantage??
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Tru Techie

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i havent even heard of an unlocked sempron......if it is a sempron. and i no for sure thats its not legit. the only unlocked CPU AMD has is the FX series. do u have a link for this producT? check the guys feedback.
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Finding a unlocking story was easy with google.

http://www.nvnews.ne...n_xp_unlocking/

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u learn somethign everyday.......
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