February 28th, 2002, 12:38 AM
133mhz FSB K6-2?
Hey guys! I'm looking back to the Socket7 age for a little fun overclocking again. I've found a really sweet looking board using the SiS530/5595 chipset. The board has jumpers for 133mhz FSB. Is this chipset capable of handling that kind of speed? Cooling isn't really an issue because I can take care of that, but will it run reliably? All kinds of voltages on this board as well (0.1v increments from 1.9v to 3.5v). ATA66 as well. Onboard video and audio (which would be good for me for now, I'm short on video cards).
Has anyone ever run a Socket7 board at 133mhz FSB? If so, what motherboard/chipset?
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