now in another review found here http://www.amd3d.com/review/a7v333/index.htm it seems like they were able to achieve much higher overclocking results from an Xp1600+ to an Xp 2000+ in one of there pictures you can see the board running at 165mghz am I just reading this wrong or did they do something to the board to achieve this high of an FSB and then with regurds to voltage limitationsI was only able to increase the FSB to 143MHz a fact I thought was a bit disturbing as all their other boards were stable at much higher frequencies. This is moderate overclocking and by no means the best available on the market
yet there is this review hereIn order to achieve stable results I also had to increase the CPU voltage from 1.75v to 1.85v and I think with more voltage options I could have achieved better results
why such huge differences? i usually disregard most reviews in favor of the ones from mb.org but in this case when two separate reviews come up with such large differences in regards to overclocking and the fact that i will soon be using this board, I have to ask the question. how come you could only reach 143fsb? if I missed something in your review [which apparently has happened before] please point it out.This board was made with overclocking in mind - unlimited VCORE range, and 1MHz increments upto 227MHz, both of which should make the A7V333 a real challenge for overclockers.
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