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BSEL mod for Prescott Celeron D

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Is it possible to bsel mod my s775 celeron d from 133mhz to 200mhz?
I think i saw something like this once with a celeron but i cant find it now.
A link if possible.
Thanx.
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post #2 of 6
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Bump..
Can anyone help me out?
I have a lga775 prescott 2.66ghz celeron d with a stock fsb of 133,i want it to be 200mhz fsb stock with a bsel mod.
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will it run at 200fsb with stock voltage?
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I will do a volt mod on the cpu,thats why i wanted to do a bsel mod while im at it..
And yes,this chip can do 3.9ghz on stock volts (not completely stable) in a decent board of my cuz.
Btw,its an E0 stepping,i read very good things about them in the oc department.
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That helps a bit,but it seems that guy did not achieve a stock 166 mhz fsb but rather an extra pci devider option.
I dont need a pci devider option,i need to be certain that my cpu would be 200mhz stock after i do the bsel mod.
Am i right in saying that all socket 775 cpus use the same conector pads to do a bsel mod?
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