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How to: LGA 775 BSEL Mod (Overclocking with tape!)

WOW!! Had no Fing CLUE in my mind, this thread would reside on this vast forum. 

 

Why does not this type of content be stickied?? lol

 

Let me insert some useful additional information while commenting to actually stay on the subject of BSEL mods.

 

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2 hours ago, Luis Filipe da Silva said:

Eu tenho um xeon e 5420 adaptado para 775. eu consigo fazer esse processo?

Translation (roughly):

I have a xeon 5420 adapted for 775. can i do this process?

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On 4/5/2021 at 7:54 PM, Luis Filipe da Silva said:

Eu tenho um xeon e 5420 adaptado para 775. eu consigo fazer esse processo?

 

On 4/5/2021 at 10:52 PM, FakeKGB said:

Translation (roughly):

I have a xeon 5420 adapted for 775. can i do this process?

You will have to do the 1333MHz to 1600MHz BSEL mod  (the one in my original post will not work). There should be information on the mod, even for 771 CPUs adapted to 775 if you spend some time googling.

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