I published it yesterday in my latest Monday Blurb. AMD is planning to lock the internal multipliers of their Athlon/Thunderbird and Duron processors. This would mean that the technique that I presented in the last '
Overclocking By Altering The Processor - The Tiny Copper Bridges of TBird and Duron
Luckily we found an alternative,
Wadhah Al-Tailji To The Rescue
Yesterday I hadn't quite been able to give you the full low-down on how to alter the multiplier, but after Wadhah Al-Tailji was nice enough to send in pictures of his Duron 600 processor I had finally received the last piece of the puzzle:
You might remember that I had already fiddled out that the row 'L7' represents the core voltage setting and that row 'L6' holds the Frequency IDs, short 'FIDs'. I knew that L3 and L4 keep the additional 'BP_FID' settings, but with the four processors I had it was impossible to find out which of the pins had to be set how. The pictures of Wadhah's Duron 600 changed this situation.