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Are there options to change the multiplyer in the BIOS?
If there is, you can join the "L1" bridges as shown it the previous fab51 link. That will allow you to use any multiplyer the BIOS allows.
To join them you can, (a) carefully draw a line across the connections with a #2 or #3 pencil (preferably a #3) or (b) use a conductive pen or (c) the components of a rear defroster repair kit available in auto part stores.
But do know whether you have the multiplyer option in the BIOS first.
Also, isolate each bridge that is to be joined with tape so not to cross connect them!!!

The L1 may look like this...
o o o o o
| | | |
o o o o o

Where as the last one is "open" and needs to be joined, or only the open or cut circuts nweed to be reconnected.

Some links on how to photos... BTW, you likely wont have to fill in the cuts like in the article... they did that to later CPUs.
http://www.viperlair.com/articles/ar...unlockxp.shtml
    
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