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Best board for high FSB

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Wonko The Sane

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What is a good board for reaching high FSBs? I was looking at the shuttle ak35, I know it goes up to 200 fsb, but i read somewhere that it doesn't have /5 or/6 dividers. are there any boards out that do have /5 or /6 dividers, or will the shuttle be good with a /4 divider? Thanks in advance.
 

Arctic

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If you want boards with nice FSB I would suggest the Shuttle Ak35GTR or the Epox 8KHA+ or the Abit KR7T.. the Asus A7V266-E has a decent FSB but very nice quality board... kinda pricey... but I guess so is the Abit board..
 

eh?

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Arctic said:
If you want boards with nice FSB I would suggest the Shuttle Ak35GTR or the Epox 8KHA+ or the Abit KR7T.. the Asus A7V266-E has a decent FSB but very nice quality board... kinda pricey... but I guess so is the Abit board..
Most people haven't been able to hit a high fsb with the ak35 but the board is noticbly faster. The epox 8kha+ is a good board so is the ak31 rev 3
 

Silver

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Kinda interested in the same thing myself. The Abit KR7A and the Epox 8KHA seem to be the ones however look into the Epox boards ability to fit a ti4600 vid card.
 

Yodums

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Epox 8KHA+ seems to love the high FSB and it has the best CPU Management and Memory Management I've ever seen.

Yodums
 

Silver

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And I would be tempted however now I hear that there is a clearance problem with ti4xxx cards. Heard anything about this?