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    Is there any way of overclocking an AMD k6 233?

    I am planning on gettinh a new mobo and processor next year - in mean time - any way of uping the juice out of this old machine? If so how? Let me know why it can't if it can't. I am new to thes sort of thing and am trying to learn more. Let me know what specs I need to supply to better help you answer this question ( if applicable).

    Thanks in advance

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    I have a K6-233 o/c to 263mhz using a 75mhz FSB with 3.5 multiplier. Left voltage where it was. Currently has been running for 3 month's with no problems. I'm using a X-large heatsink and fan with case fan. Can't tell you what temp. is cause I don't know. Mobo is M5ATA by Biostar (I think, I can't remember!!!) Running Rain 1.0 and Win95verB.
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