December 18th, 1999, 03:46 PM
I was just at overclockers.com and they were
having problems w/the sy 6VBA 133. I do not
have the experience to deal w/a lot of problems. What about the SY 6BB. I have an
AT case, so that will $ave. Soyo lists 66/100
fsb. Does it have any in between or over any
over 100. And is it going to give me a lot of
problems? I want to get 550 out of a C366,
and maybe a little more.
Learn from the mistakes of others.
You can't live long enough to make them all yourself.
December 18th, 1999, 06:23 PM
I've had a Soyo SY-6BB since April. It's completely stable and has had no problem O/C'ing a slot 1 Celeron 366 to 458 MHz. The FSBs are 66, 68, 75, 83, 100, 103, 112, and 133. Another good choice is the Soyo SY-7IZB+ which is a socket 370 AT mobo. It got a good review here: www.hothardware.com . Both are under $80 now.
The SY-7IZB+ has got more FSB/PCI selections: 66/33, 75/33, 83/41, 84/41, 100/33, 103/34, 105/35, 110/36, 112/37, 115/38, 120/40, 124/31, 124/41, 133/33, 133/44, 140/35, 150/35. Both are setup via soft menus similar to Abit boards. The SY-6BB has a single jumper you need to set to switch the AGP divider to 2/3.
1.Old Antec Case, Asus PC-DL, 2 x 1.6 LV D1 Xeons @ 3 GHz, 2GB Corsair PC3200 @ 200 MHz, Chaintech 6800 128MB AGP
2. Old Crap Beige Case, Gigabyte GA-H55M-S2H, Core i3 530, 4GB CL8 OCZ DDR3-1600, eVGA GTX465
3. Asus Pundit mATX Case, MSI AMD Zacate E350/dual core E350IS-E45 mini-ITX, 4GB CL9 Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1333, LG Blu Ray/HD DVD & DVD Burner
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