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L12 mod on my 2500+

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PiMpShiN

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Nov 27, 2003
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Houston - Westside
I read all the information about modding the L12 so the fsb will be detected higher than it really is and allow you to get your fsb higher during overclocking. I thought that this would be a good way to get more power out of my cpu.

I got some telephone wire and placed them on the AG31 and AH32 socket holes on the motherboard. When i turned on the computer and went into the bios everything was exactly the same. I had a fsb of 166mhz, even when i loaded optimal settings i got the same result.

Could i have done something wrong or did i do it correctly and i just dont know it?

I think something must happen as a result of doing this mod because how can a wire joining two pins on a cpu have no affect?

btw the cpu is a 2500+ AQXEA unlocked and the motherboard is a NF7-S in case you didnt know.

these are the links i used:
http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=214364
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?threadid=15300
http://www.geocities.com/trats102002/nf7sFsbsense.html
 
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PiMpShiN

PiMpShiN

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Location
Houston - Westside
well by the time i found out i did it incorrectly i had put my 2100+ in my comp. but i did the mod with the 2100+ and it worked perfectly.

I think its one of the best mods out there. i got 2.2ghz on 1.6v