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mamer said:It should, just remeber that at 166 fsb the Pci will still be at 1/4 divisor so as long as the hardware is up to the task of running out of spec give it a try, I know I had mine at 180 fsb before. Good Luck, oh and by the way keep up the Sweet Avatars man!!
madsam said:the kr7a does not have a 5th div, however if you get the kt266a chipset, and not the kt266, the kt266a has been known to run higher fsb in the 4th div, than any other chipset. it has gotten to 200+ fsb with the right components. as mentioned above, it's going to depend on the other hardware's ability to run the high bus speeds. you won't be bottlenecked by the kt266a
JPS0 said:FWIW: I have been running by KR7A-R at 167 FSB for over a year with no problems: Here are the specs
AXP 1600+ w/ AX-7 hs + Panaflo quiet fan
512MB Mushkin PC2100 @ 2-3-3-6-2T & 4WI
Maxtor 80GB w/ 8MB cache
Lite-ON 32X CD-R/W