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16 Jahre dabei !

Intel Core 2 Duo
1800 MHz @ 3200 MHz
75°C mit 1.45 Volt


The TBred 1700+ will works on some Abit KT7A (Rev1.0) with Rev1.3 bios. I think you must flash also the Bios from Rev1.3. The differents KT7A / KT7 is only the Northbridge. Bios, layout and so one ist the ~same. Flash the bios from ABit KT7A Rev1.3 to let work TBreds on your Abit KT7.


...but no warranty for working correctly. ;)

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(Geändert von BUG um 12:01 am Dez. 13, 2002)


Intel E4300 @ 3200MHz | Abit FP-IN9 SLI | ATI HD3850 256MB
Notebook | Zepto 6214W | C2D 2.0GHz | Geforce 7600go 512MB

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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1780 MHz


This morning I bought a 1800+ thoroughbred, and it's working at 1,32 vcore and 1313 mhz.

The board now don't allow me to make it faster, so tomorrow I will make the multi-mod (Called resistor mod) I hope It will work and make me able to set up yo 20,5 x

Someone Knowks if the multimod will work?

The CPU is factory-unlocked althought have L1's and last L3 disconected, would I need to join someone to make it work?

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Tassadar
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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1780 MHz


Today I've make the multiplicator mod and it works!! :D

the multipliers that works with the mod are:

7 ->  15
8 -> 16
8,5 -> 16,5
9 -> 17
9,5 -> 18

The other ones don't work (system don't post), and it's not problem caused by CPU, because I've post at 2018 mhz (18*112).

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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Duron


Congratulations Tassador! I have been looking quite some time for a post in forum of somebody who made a T-bred run in a KT7.
As far as I can tell you are the first who made it!

Just one question: What kind of multiplicator mod did you make?

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Tassadar
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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1780 MHz


Thanks Paulus :), I've tried to enter 'KT133 thoroughbred' in google and the second and third results are post of mine in those forums, hehehe.

The multi-mod is described here:

https://www.forum-inside.de/topic.cgi?forum=14&topic=22

And here you have a link to a post that i started on one spanish forums that i visit everyddays, where i have tell everything i i've made since i started searching info about xp on kt133:

http://www.hardlimit.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=7014

(in spanish)

And of course, many thanks to pzed22, without him anything of this could have been possible, hehe

Oh, i forgot to say.... as far as i'm concerned it's perfectly possible to use tbred's B on KT133 and even bartons, always when the bios support the processor microcode, but it's perfectly possible (I suppose my bios support tbreds 'b' and i bet also bartons)
My bios is latest official bios from abit, none of unofficial or modified ones

(Geändert von Tassadar um 23:34 am Dez. 18, 2002)

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14 Jahre dabei !


Recently, I got a 1700+ and this was all before I knew anything about Thoroughbreds and Palominos, etc.  I too have a KT7 and wanted higher multipliers than 12.5x.

I was surprised by the fact that the processor came unlocked.  Currently, I'm running on an old beta YP version of the KT7 BIOS.  It's the only version of the BIOS that allows me to run my FSB at 112.  Thus, I'm at 112 * 12.5 = 1400 right now for a 1700+ processor.  I have no idea if it's a Thoroughbred A or B, but I'd like to run it faster.  

After having read through that multi-mod thing, I'm very tempted to try it.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!

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Tassadar
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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1780 MHz


At once I've got mine working at 1,59 volts, 1800 mhz (18*100) and 44 degrees with a a cooler master alluminium heatsink.

What are you waiting for? :D

hehehe

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invar
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14 Jahre dabei !


I guess I'll go out and purchase what I need tomorrow.  I'm just worried about the whole soldering thing.  So... how does this work, it just adds 8x to them multiplier that you have set, right?  In that case, before I shut down my system to do the soldering, I should set the multiplier down to something low?

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16 Jahre dabei !

Intel Pentium Dual Core
1600 MHz @ 3206 MHz mit 1.316 Volt


:respekt: tassadar


it seems that the good old kt7 series is not to kill:lol:

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invar
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14 Jahre dabei !


Am currently running at 1500MHz (15x100).  It worked!!

Thanks. :-D

By the way, I too get the strange power cord thing.  First boot, I have to have the switch flipped off and boot at 7x.  Then once the power cord is still in, I shut it off, flip the switch, and it boots at 15x every time afterwards until I yank the power cord again.  Very strange.

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