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You cannot set the turbo clock speed. You have to have the black edition chip and turn off turbo boost then overclock as you would any chip.

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Yes, they will work, but not very fast. They should be used only as a last option.

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How to get AMD athlon 3700 socket 754 engineering sample cpu run at proper speed


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