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I built a computer for a guy with that board. I put a T-Bird 1000 and set it at 1100 with no problem. In my opinion The board cost for what it is, is a little high. I don't care for the dip switches.It should O/C alright, it's just a pain to change dip switches all the time.
For the momey the Abit KT7A is a better board by far. That is just my two cents worth.

KT7A-Raid T-Bird 1333@1612 watercooled
i have one with a tbird 700 @ 1 gig for three months and no problems and it kicks ***, as for the dip switches, whats nice about them is that if you go too far and it wont boot all you have to do is shut it down and take it back a notch and it only takes a second, it's a kickass board and unlike the abit it's not tweaky! go for it