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    Socket A motherboards that support multiplier change?

    hey guys,

    I've heard there are around 5 Socket A (Duron and Tbird compat) motherboards on the market now that support multiplier adjustments for overclocking. I know of the :
    A7V
    K7V??

    any others you folk know of and who makes em?

    thanks in advance

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    Actually, I think all of the AMD motherboards are capable of changing the mulplier unless the board auto-detects the processor.

    Anyway, the best boards out there for overclocking an AMD Thunderbird or Duron in my opinion is the Abit KT7 and Abit KT7-RAID.

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    If you are a serious overclocker, the only 2 you need to consider are the A7V and the KT7 (RAID). Enuff said.

    There are a number of boards which auto detect, the MSI mobo is one of them.

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    K7V is a slot A motherboard. very nice board, but it DOES NOT WORK with tbirds >750 MHz (for 90% of people)

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