Shifty00, you should be able to do 100mhz fsb with that mobo. Get out your manual on the mobo, and locate where the jumpers are. I too have an intel mobo, and I have tried this before (with PII300). If you set the jumpers in different positions, I forget where, you should be able to change the speed through your bios. Hoped this help, just read your manual it will help trust me that how i figured it out.
and cutebird I have a week 28 in my Asus P2B-F which acted the same way. Try the FDP-32 it really works. It runs 2.15v 550 now. Yours was better than mine. Mine wouldn't even boot at 550Mhz at 2.3v with stock cooling.
I just bought a pretested celeron 366 cpu a couple days ago. Guaranteed to run email@example.com volts with only an alpha. Paid $100 bucks for it. I was thinking about trying to screw with my local computer store. They'll refund a cpu up to 15 days after purchase. I thought about just buying 366's (about $60 bucks each) testing them until I found one that was a good overclocker and returning the lousy ones . But then I realized what a pain it would be and just ordered a pretested one. Any of you guys "pretest" your own cpu's by exchanging them until you get a good one? I think its a good idea. Expecially if I fork over x hundred dollars for a cumine. It better be a good one.
Come on baby, just swallow it. It can't taste that bad.
Finally got the 600e and the Global win VOS32. Now I need some good ram...