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Pentium II ODP

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Anyone have any information on how Intel controls and locks the clock multiplier at 5.0x on the P2ODP/module for socket 8 processors? I wonder what it would take to modify the clkmul on this module?

John
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If you're asking about info for over-clocking Slot 1 Pentium II CPU modules, the following site has info and addional links:

http://www.3dhardware.net/features/slot1voltage/index3.shtml

Let me know if you need more.
If this isn't what you are looking for, please reject the answer.

Regards,
Ralph
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Thanks for your response. I will take a look at the URL that you provided, but the Pentium II Overdrive processor is not actually a slot 1 interface, it bolts right into the socket 8 that the Pentium Pro used to inhabit so I would imagine that the slot 1 information might not apply to this socket 8 module with undoubtably different pinouts. The clkmul is locked at 5.0x with a maximum of 66MHz for the FSB = 333MHz.

John
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Oops!  That info won't help much then.  Unless it gives you an idea of what to do in order to "trick" yours into using  a different multiplier.

Ralph

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Ok, thats an idea......maybe I can get a data sheet for the P2ODP and see if I can ferrit out some clkmul info.

Thanks so much! :-)
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Good luck with it.
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