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Is this board any good for oc'ing?

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Just need to know id this board is good for oc'ing thanks.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130539
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Quote:
Good

Lower power consumption board with Pentium Mobile processor
High performance for Server or Desktop PC


Bad

Not suitable for overclock, specially for SATA Harddisk (need update BIOS 1.13 - Not test)
Check this >>> http://www.obengware.com/telaah/msi915gmspeedster.htm
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That ASUS board was discussed earlier around here, it's lacking some needed features in the BIOS to overclock. In fact, first review it showed me on newegg had this under cons;

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Cons: Not as many CPU configuration settings as i hoped for. NO feature to change VCORE voltage which limits my overclock
If you want good overclocking, you want to get an Intel chipset, not a VIA or SIS one.

What's your budget? The P4P800-E is supposed to OC really well, but it's about $100 IIRC.
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Pick up an Abit IC7 you will never look back

I have 300 FSB on mine........
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Originally Posted by Son1c
Just need to know id this board is good for oc'ing thanks.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130539
The first one is bad, second is worse. Usualy micro ATX boards don't have too many OCing options, at most you'll be able to change the FSB from the bios. If you have to pick one of them, take the Intel915 based board, at least it has an AGP/PCI lock, the via I'm not sure it does.
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