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    ASUS P5AD2-E Premium

    ASUS has effectively made its i925X-based P5AD2 Premium board redundant with the newer P5AD2-E Premium. The latter carries all the feature nicities of the former but adds in support for 266MHz FSB CPUs. As described, not only is this beneficial from a complete processor support point of view, it also allows the enthusiast to be safe in the knowledge that 200MHz FSB Pentium 4s, which is the vast majority of Intel Pentium 4 chips out there, can be overclocked by at least 33% before the motherboard becomes the limiting factor.
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    It's the very same board that I used to run 16 x 300 (approaching the upper limits of the CPU's frequency) using a VapoChill XE-II and a 3.6 Prescott, and 332 x 14 (rock stable) using the same CPU. So yes, it overclocks well.

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