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    Running the Via KL133 at 133


    I have one of the new Asus AVL-VM boards based on the KL133, which apparently only goes to 100 Mhz. However, J1 does have a 133 Mhz setting, which I'm not really sure works. If I put it to 133, will I fry the mobo/CPU/chipset/RAM? And will I get the theoretical 997 Mhz? I'll also appreciate cooling solutions, I'm not sure the current h/s and fan can take it, they;re already running at 52/53 celsius...

    I'm running a Duron 750 with 256 megs of 133 capable RAM, and an ATA-66 7200 RPM 8 GB drive (hell, it was hot technology two years back...)

    Thanks in advance,


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    Member Atomic Rooster's Avatar
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    You can try it. The worse that can happen is that the system wont boot. That board has a jumper free mode, correct? Useing that feature will make it much easier to O/C. The TaiSol CGK760092 and ThermalRight SK6 are great coolers that don't cost an arm and a leg. Have a look at the Heatsink Factory .

    [This message has been edited by Atomic Rooster (edited 08-22-2001).]

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