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You have a VIAÂ® Apollo KT333 North Bridge VT8367 North Bridge chip on that MB.Its known stable FSB is 166MHz and may OC some.
Some and what are the known issues.
1. There is no AGP/PCI bus lock, so, the PCI and AGP bus speed also increases. Thats not a good thing where as if the PCI buss exceded about 37MHz the system can not only become unstable, it can damage both OB and add on PCI components as well as the AGP vid Card. 2. Voltage increases may/will be necessary for many things like the CPU, NB and SB and perhpas the RAM. If there are options to increase them in the BIOS.
3. Provided there are some/all those vlotage adjustments in the BIOS, the RAM may have to be "Under Clocked" to a lower speed so that it may have ample rome to increase as it will when the CPU bus pseed is icreased.
Basically, without the proper NF2 series OCable Socket A MB its not only a pain to OC an Socket A MB, but its also dangerious to the PCI/AGP component(s) Edited by The Duke - 12/17/08 at 12:03pm