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Intel 915/925 Locks - Intel 915/925 Locks
Tue, July 13 2004 | 4:15PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The boys at PCEkspert talk about the 915/925 FSB locks and whether they exsist or not... It's a very interesting read for those Intel lovers out there, check out what they have to say here.

There has been a lot of talk on the Internet about Intel’s alleged overclocking protection on 915/925 chipsets. First impressions were that these chipsets had clock limiter that depended on the PLL (Phase Lock Loop). Theory goes that the PLL would refuse to lock a frequency that was higher then Intel’s threshold. Based on our findings we think this is not true – we think it’s a simple matter of North Bridge voltage.

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