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I have tried the one where you cover 2 contacts with tape, the one where you cover 1 contact with tape, and the one where you create a circuit between the 2 pins with conductive ink. None of them worked, whenever I cover at least 1 contact with tape it turns on as soon as power is applied with orange light and no post. If I make the circuit with ink there is no effect.

I've tried everything on the first page of https://www.google.com/search?q=q6600+bsel+mod&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-ab
 

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Sure the motherboard supports CPUs with 333FSB?
 

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Q6600 runs at 266 by default.
 
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