Damnit Tinman I refuse to beleive it until you post some pictures that we can all see!
Sorry, I couldn't help myself. When I saw the name Tinman it brought to mind all of the grief you were given because you were being helpful and reporting valuable new information.
I don't have a board in front of me so I cannot verify the actual R numbers. There is a pad for a 4 position DIP switch over near the clock chip. Three of the 4 resistor positions are actually in the middle of the switch foot print. The other is off to the side. You can measure accross the pads of the switch to verify what you are really set at.
One side will all be tied together and grounded (I think this is the side with pins 1,2,3,4). If one of the zero ohm resistors is in place, it will short one of the pins on the other side (8,7,6,5). So if you check the continuity from pin 1-8, pin 2-7, pin 3-6, and pin 4-5 you should beable to verifyeha the FSB is really set to.
If I did mislabel my chart with an incorrect R number, the data on the chart is still good. For a 100MHz FSB you should see "1000". Which means pins 2-7 and 3-6 will be grounded. And either 1-8 or 4-5 will be grounded too. I cant remember which was teh MSB and which the LSB. But you will see the pattern "0001" or using the notation of short and open, "OSSS".
Sorry I don't have more specific info right now. But it is fairly intuitive. Run a program like Sandra 2000 that reports detailed system info. It will tell you what the FSB is really running at and what the CPU is really running at. It takes some of the guess work out of it.