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    Overclocking the AGP

    Does anyone know how to change the BIOS so that you can manipulate the AGP multiplier?

    I specifically want to do it for a KK266 but I would like to learn how to do it to other motherboards as well.

    My good 'ol BX running with a FSB of 150 and an AGP of 100 is smoking my KK266 with a FSB of 153 and a AGP of 76.5. If I could change the AGP multiplier of the KK266 from 1/2 to 2/3 it should kick ass.

    Thanks,

    Don

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    Unfortunatly most multiplyers, PCI and AGP anyway, are locked and will only change automatically at preset FSB spepds. Some of the new boards let you change the RAM multiplier, but i havent heard of any board that lets you change the AGP or PCI divisors

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    My Abit BE6-II rev 2 lets you specify the AGP divider in the BIOS. I was thinking there might be a way to hack the BIOS of other boards so that you could override the preset changes.

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