After our “pin-mod” Core 2 Duo guide to boost voltages
on these LGA CPUs for limiting motherboards, we had some requests for guides
on the previous generation of LGA CPUs. So here is our “pin-mod” guide
for all Pentium-based LGA CPUs, from the Pentium 4s to the Pentium/Celeron Ds and Pentium Extreme Editions.
As usual, all you need is some electrical insulation tape and some conductive
ink.

After our “pin-mod” Core 2 Duo guide to boost voltages
on these LGA CPUs for limiting motherboards, we had some requests for guides
on the previous generation of LGA CPUs. So here is our “pin-mod” guide
for all Pentium-based LGA CPUs, from the Pentium 4s to the Pentium/Celeron Ds.
As usual, all you need is some electrical insulation tape and some conductive
ink.

You can basically over-ride the default voltage inherent on
the Intel LGA CPUs with a simple “pin-mod”. Well yes, there are no
longer pins on these LGA packaged processors… in fact that makes them easier
to modify!

**Take Note that such Voltage Modifications would void
the warranty for your Processors!!**

**This is for 1.225v default LGA CPUs, Pentium 4, Pentium
D, Pentium Extreme Editions, Celeron Ds, but NOT for the Intel Core 2 Duos.
The Default voltage should be listed on your box package.**

To get a slight bump to 1.425v, simply connect the ‘pins’ shown
below with conductive ink. This is a direct representation of your Processor
and not your motherboard socket, do take note!

To facilitate precision, tape over the surrounding ‘pins’ except
the ones you are trying to connect.

Pins conductive-inked

To get to 1.475v, you will need to tape over some pins as well.
However, this is not tough at all and just need some patience. Cut really small
pieces of tape the size of an LGA ‘pin’ Land. Then tape these over the pins
marked in the green squares tightly. So you see green squares equal “mask
with tape”, red lines equal “connect with conductive ink”.

To get 1.525v:

To get 1.6v: