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Old 03-26-02, 03:04 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Pencilling Athlon XP(for specific multipliers)

Someone over at forum apparantly pencilled around the Athlon XP slits to connect some bridges at L3 to get specific multipliers, not to UNLOCK. I guess it makes sense as I had known which bridges connect to get certain multpliers but I remember reading that measily penciling around slits wouldn't work. I guess it's been proven now and it seems like quite an easy task but why haven't I heard of anyone else doing it? I don't like taking chances with my CPU, since I have only one, but it seemed pretty obvious. What do you guys think?

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i was just thinkin about that today, ha, i think it would work, but i wouldnt try it unless i had a very high powerful magnifying glass, and stedy hands.

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