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  1. #1
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    Celeron multiplier lock is pin 21 ???

    Anyone else seen this pic??
    A friend of mine was babbeling about it..he couldnt remeber where hed seen it tho..

    Anyone know where it's posted ?
    ( Pic of a celery CPU,with a red mark on the multi. lock..which apparently is pin 21 from top -> end )

    All you had to do was to use some nail polisher,tape,etc.

    Anyone tried it ??!?!



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    The multiplier lock is burned/fixed into the microscopic transistors embedded/etched
    into the chip..

    If you could change it, it would be with the type of equipment that Intel uses to
    manufacture the chips in the first place...

    Seems I have heard something about pin B121 on SLOT1 CPUs having something
    to do with 100/66 FSB selection.... Not sure what the pin is on socket 370..
    "If it works it's not overclocked!"
    My Stuff

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    Oh I see..bummer



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