If its a intel-board you can most likely forget about it cause intelboard have only standard FSBs (66 and 100)....
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I have a week 28 Malaysian 366 that will only last 5 min in Windows at 100 FSB in a BE6 even at 2.3v. Yet I have a week 31 300a that in the same slotket with the same RAM and system will run without any problems at 100 FSB at 2.0v.
I expected no problems with a week 28 malaysian 366 but it looks as though this one is a lost cause. I don't see any point of lapping it and slapping on a huge heatsink if I have increase the voltage to 2.4v to get it to run at 100 FSB. I'm not going to run it in my BE6 at 83 FSB.
Windows 98SE 128Mb RAM
BE6 366 on an ASUS 370D slotket
LeadTek 3D S320-II Ultra
IBM 6.4Gb 5400rpm
IBM 13.6Gb DJNA-371350 7200rpm ATA-66
I just bought another 366 PPGA SL36C Pre-Tested to 550 @ 2.0v, This guy had 1200 of them and he said its about 50\50 chance of gettin one thats overclocks to 550, some will do it @ 2.0v and some it takes up to 2.4v, only a handfull will hit 605 and he sells them for a premium. I bought 1 from him that does 567mhz @ 2.1v for $76.00.
Shifty00, you should be able to do 100mhz fsb with that mobo. Get out your manual on the mobo, and locate where the jumpers are. I too have an intel mobo, and I have tried this before (with PII300). If you set the jumpers in different positions, I forget where, you should be able to change the speed through your bios. Hoped this help, just read your manual it will help trust me that how i figured it out.
and cutebird I have a week 28 in my Asus P2B-F which acted the same way. Try the FDP-32 it really works. It runs 2.15v 550 now. Yours was better than mine. Mine wouldn't even boot at 550Mhz at 2.3v with stock cooling.