Although the Desktop AthlonXP package is far larger than its mobile counterpart, both processors basically have the same L-Bridges on the top. In the mobile version (see above), the bridges for the multiprocessing and mobile modes are closed. The same must of course be performed on the desktop version to achieve the same results. The bridges are closed by using a suitable electrical conductor - in our case, conductive silver lacquer.
However, only a few motherboards recognize the modified processor, because of course the Mobile Athlon was never designed for a Socket A system. Setting up the CPU information can therefore be considered the hard work of the mobo makers. We made out well in our tests with the MSI KT880 Delta and Abit KV7.
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