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-- Conclusion

   So does the heatsink provide any help at all? Or is this just overdoing it a bit?  I sure think it helps, check out the speeds I can hit while having the heatsink and fan on the clock gen. chip:

1022 Mhz stable!

   I have hit a speed that I wasn't even able to attain with the BE6.2!  I have tried 148 and even 150, but I get BSODs within Windows 98SE after 1 minute of use.

   For all the owners of the P3V4X, you may want to try this tiny mod to your board just for that extra couple of MHzs. Hope this helps, shoot me an email if you managed to get better results than before!

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