DANGER, DANGER, WILL ROBINSON!
and apologies in advance for continuing this thread here when it should really be in the "FSB Frequency" thread.
The Dot.Bob motherboard is not the same as the AOL motherboard!
A picture of the AOL motherboard with R8J3 (not R8J8!) circled is at http://www.vegazone.com/aol/aolfotos/aol1000mod.jpg
A picture of the Dot.Bob motherboard corner is at http://www.rickadee.net/~zephyrus/dot/bob_corner.jpg
and a picture of the BOXD810EMO motherboard corner is at http://www.rickadee.net/~zephyrus/dot/box_corner.jpg
The Box motherboard is closer to the AOL motherboard, and does have R8J3 populated, but not R8J8 (but I am not clear from the VegaZone discussion which is the important one...) The Dot.Bob motherboard has a different arrangement entirely (disclaimer: I'm not a sparky and haven't done any circuit tracing)
If R8J3 is the important pull-up resistor for the FSB switching, the "aftermarket" Box motherboard is already capable. I wouldn't know what to do with the Dot.Bob motherboard at this point.