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Abit VT7 S478 Motherboard<br><a href="http://www.abit-usa.com/products/mb/techspec.php?categories=1&model=162" target="_blank"><br>
Abit official information page</a><br><br>
This used to be my old work computers motherboard. It does not have lockable PCI/AGP so overclocking is limited. I did however use it 24/7 folding with it for over 2 years. That system I ran the FSB @ 217 with out any problems. It is in great condition.
 

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What was you max overclock with it?<br>
I think it should worth about 35/40$
 
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<div style="font-style:italic;">What was you max overclock with it?<br>
I think it shoul woth about 35/40$</div>
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Post says it > 217 MHz FSB from stock 200 MHz.<br><br>
Price: $35 to 50$ - Because it is a KT880 chipset.
 
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<div style="font-style:italic;">Post says it > 217 MHz FSB from stock 200 MHz.<br><br>
Price: $35 to 50$ - Because it is a KT880 chipset.</div>
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I had it up to 225mhz but I did not trust it at those speeds. It did seem stable however. I did not want to risk any of my data on my harddrives.
 
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