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    Can I overclock??

    I have a procomp B683 and a Pentium 2 333 running at 66Mhz. Can I overclock it using the 100Mhz FSB???

    And if so is it stable???

    Thanks

    Scott

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    Well, first you can try putting it at the 75 MHz bus first, that gives you 375 MHz. Thats almost a garunteed overclock. Then if its stable at there, try 83 MHz FSB, see if any components fail there. Then if you have the 83 MHz stable, try 100 MHz. To make it too 100 MHz FSB, you might have have to buy a larger heatsink, and/or up the voltage in the chip. Read your manual how to change to the settings i mentioned.

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    slow and steady dont go nuts!!!

    what r your options on FSB/PCI?
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    the only options I have are 66 and 100 FSB so I would like to know if it stable and won't ruin the chip.

    Thanks

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