I have unlocked the chip and have been running it in my abit KT7A for over a year at 1333 but My friend wants to buy it off me and run it in his gigabyte kt133 chip set board that only auto detects the chip so I would like to hardwire it to run on his board. Another thing is that he only has a 100 bus and this chip is running on the 133 bus, incompatible with his board.
I want to buy a low speed Tbred and want to use the money I get from selling this cpu towards buying the Tbred, also it would be an interesting project.
Yeah, hardwiring chips aint all bad. It's a good way to get easy performance for mobos that don't support OC adjustments, especially in this case when you know what speeds the chip will do at respective voltages.