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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-19-2004, 10:03 PM - Thread Starter
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The new Intel 925XE chipset due out by the end of the summer with a new 1066mhz bus speed ready for 570 and 720 link here > http://www.tomshardware.com/motherbo...719/index.html

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Oh man...those things are gonna roxxors my boxxors!!! Let's hope Intel doesn't release these 925's defective. :lol:

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I believe the current 925's can hit that fsb, but it requires a board that allows for northbridge voltage increase in order to bypass intel's 10% overclock lock. Might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure.


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I believe the current 925's can hit that fsb, but it requires a board that allows for northbridge voltage increase in order to bypass intel's 10% overclock lock. Might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure.
That's absolutely correct. I believe it was Albatron that first implemented the ability to raise northbridge voltage, and another hardware forum that discovered the effect on a board they were given to review. Damn, I can't find the article/review now, but they had contacted Albatron regarding the matter and were basically unofficially told that yes, the nbridge voltage was the primary means of limitation, not PLL as was being purported by Intel.

:edit: whew, that was an exhausting search, but I found it: http://www.pcekspert.com/articles/228-1.html

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