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 Unlocking the Multiplier on Intel Processors
Proceeding removing the lock
By: Sverre Sjøthun, February 18, 2002  Print this article

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This is the most critical stage of this operation, and it requires nerves of steel and surgical precicion. We have now removed the slug, and we are ready to remove the fuses. The two following pictures demonstrates how it was done.

Fig. 4 The processor with the slug removed

Fig. 4 The processor with the slug removed


Fig. 5 Close-up picture of the processor core. Fuses are marked with the red arrow.

Fig. 5 Close-up picture of the processor core. Fuses are marked with the red arrow.



Pay attention to the last picture in particular, as it show you exactly where the fuses are located. You do not want to miss when performing this, as even the slightest scratch on the rest of the processor core will result in a defective processor. After sucessfully having removed the lock, it is time to look at some other, not very well known modifications -- tweaking of the processor cache.

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  Introduction
  Starting the procedure
  Proceeding removing the lock
  Tweaking the cache
  Burning in the processor
  Conclusion


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