Loc: Florida, USA
I had to remove the 0-ohm resistors on the backside of the logicboard where the dipswitch is installed. I have PC133 memory in the system so when I overclock the FSB it also bumps the speed up to 120MHz.
The system seemed alright when I ran the FSB at 120MHz. As I said before the CPU got a little too hot for my taste so I swicthed it back to 100MHz. I would manualy change the resistors on the CPU it self but I wouldn't want to damage the CPU.
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