Asus P2B-B AT-form factor bx motherboard good for overclocking??
Hi, I want to know from all you overclockers out there if it is possible to overclock a celeron 266 all the way up to 450 mhz on the
Asus P2B-B bx 100mhz fsb motherboard, which is an AT (not ATX) form factor?
If so, what's the voltage for stability?
I've heard that maxtor hard drives don't work so good on overclocked mobo's, how about fujitsu hard drives?
By the way, does the ASUS P2B-B mobo have a cpu voltage selector via jumpers?
Thanx for the help guys!
Really, really appreciate it.
NO.The only possibilties are to up the VIO jumper but this is not bumping the cpu volts only chipset and memory.The other is taping the pins on the slot1 card itself the pins are A121,A119 AND B119 that would give you 2.2volts.
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