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    Got Tyan 1854 edition E, is P700 running at 133 possible?

    i have a Tyan 1854 trinity 400 edition E, memory is corsair 133 cas2, i was wondering about a P700 running at 133.
    the motherboard is made to run 133, but the bus speed is auto-detected and will limit to 100.
    is there any way to force the board/CPU to 133.
    would it create problem with PCI or AGP bus.
    i like the idea of only overclocking the CPU not the mobo/PCI/AGP card bundle.
    thanks for your help.

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    Welcome to HWC!


    The 700 should run fine @ 133mhz, I am running this one here @ 144mhz. The only way to force the mobo to run at that speed would be to use a software interface like SoftFSB (if it supports your clock generator) you can D/L it here You will need to know what your clock generator is and SiSoft Sandra will tell you that under Mainboard info.

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