Well thats what I thought but try as I might, no matter how many different wires (copper, Tin, 50/50, solder etc) I tried it wouldn't work i.e I though they were just jumpers also. Thats why I bought diodes (zero ohm resistor not working, certainly not a transistor, couldn't be a capacator so by diagnosis of exclusion tried a diode) 5.1v which worked (must make sure you have the diode in corect direction). I'm not an electrician by a long shot but hey its working.
Not all processors are created equal. Some will boot @266 some won't. Some will make 233 some won't. Some will continue as 200. By the way do you have active cooling? If it does boot, won't stay up for long without it. Cyrix chips are screaming hot. Try the blorb as described above...works like a champ. The Tenemax cooler is pretty cool also but you need to make an opening in the case some how. You could make some vents however, it is just much easer to drill the hole the size of the blorb and place a grill.
aka the "IC Toaster"