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    Abit NF7s + Overclocking

    Yes, I know another thread . If I were to push up the FSB on my board, would this knock out the SATA? I read somewhere that the PCI + AGP are locked, but the SATA isn't. Can someone confirm this?

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    Apparently it bombs out at around 225mhz iirc. I have some ideas which may get it working for you though if you get that high. I need to find a link though first
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    Cheers, what shall I do first, whack the FSB to 200 then up the multiplier? Using a gig of TwinMOS PC3200 and an XP1700 TbredB

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    interesting... i assume your talking about the rev2, how would the rev1.1 be affected, if it is?
    my board is stable upto about 220fsb with sata, and its the rev1.1 though i havent really done any testing with 220fsb, all i did was memtest86 and 3dm2k1 before i stuck my other stick back in giving me 3 at ddr400 in dual chan mode

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    Also interested ....
    i have a rev2.0. i dont have a SATA hard drive/CD. So would this be a problem for me?

    Also if you disable the SATA does it matter?
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    My rev2 board used to do 215fsb fine before my gig of 2700 Twinmos @ 2,6,3,3 refused to go higher. Ramp the fsb straight up to 220 on relaxed timings before then taking care with increments or tightening timings.

    If you dissable SATA I wouldnt expect it to interfeer if its like raid boards Ive owned.

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