Will the BX-440 handle oc of 133fsb ??
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    Will the BX-440 handle oc of 133fsb ??

    Im running 550E@733 good but was wondering if this is affecting the chipset on my
    abit-be6-2 cause the iBX-440 was always designed for 100mhz right? Am I overclocking
    the chipset too and dameging it?

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    Sure, if it runs now, it'll be fine. I'm at 138 MHz on my BX board, rock stable.
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