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    Tyan S1837DUANG MB/PIII450s Overclocking

    Hi all,

    I'm new to overclocking (though I've already tried to do a lot of homework) so please bear with me.

    I have a TYAN Tunderbolt MB with dual PIII 450s that I would like to overclock. But, as far as I can tell the only BIOS option I can set is the CPU bus speed. The clock multiplier settings are ignored by the MB for PIII cpu's. So the question is: what are my options? If I manually set the bus speed in the BIOS (instead of the BIOS autodetecting the CPU bus speed)I assume I can get some speed benefit provided everything else works at that speed; is there any way to force the manual clock multiplier settings to be recognized w/PIII 450s on this MB?

    Any info at all would be great.

    Thanks,
    JF

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    Best of luck on a dual board. I've never gotten a dual board to overclock worth a sh!t. I would say that you can do that on a PIII or PII for that matter, on anyother setup, but this one I'm just not sure about

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