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Looking for guide to pin modding Tualatin processors

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Yeah, I know you're thinking.. "why the eff would he want to do this???"

Well, it's simple. I'm overclocking and benching them for hwbot. I don't have a board that is compatible with Tualatins, but they can be pin modded to work in non-tualatin motherboards.

I just want to see if there is a definitive guide to doing this. I've googled and googled, but all I get are archived forum posts and dead links. Not really surprising, since these things are so old, and pin modding them wasn't a commonplace thing to do back then.
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Found one, seems like it work too:
http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=640268

/after some browsing I've ended up searching "7 pin tualatin mod" and among others, the guide above came up.

*EDIT: I just might receive a P3 rig tomorrow to fix, it'd be nice to remember those days and OC a sk 370 a bit. Yeey for using jumpers for Vcore adjustments.
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Very nice! That's exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!
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