Using our Athlon 700MHz processor, I pried the rear cover off of the processor in preparation for connecting the FreeSpeed module. Then, I configured the module for 750MHz operation, initially with the default 1.6v. The module connected to the processor easily, and I finished the process by connecting the case power connector to the module. The system booted at 750MHz, and loaded Windows, but was unstable. Thus, I shut down the system and upped the voltage to 1.65v, and voila, perfectly stable. I repeated the process for 800MHz, which needed 1.70v to be stable. For those of you not familiar with overclocking, trial and error of multipliers and voltage settings is inherent to the process, and this went much more smoothly than it often does. Unfortunately, I could not run the system well at 850MHz, even at 1.80v, but results will vary from processor to processor and definitely depends on the speed at which your processor is rated.