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Abit KG7-RAID - FrostyTech.com Abit KG7-RAID
Sat Sep 15, 2001 | 1:06P| PermaLink
"The KG7 comes with the SMIII as well, and that is also one of the main reasons why we like the KG7 as much as we do. The BIOS lets you control every single function and feature available on the board, resulting in total user control. Also note that the SMIII is a true jumperless BIOS so no more jumpers or dipswitches on the board that need to be set to get the desired voltage or speed setting. What more can you ask for? The SMIII gives the KG7 a very big overclocking potential, offering all the adjustements and settings you could ask for. You can set the front side bus to any speed you like, as long as it is a value between 100 and 200MHz. Up to now, the highest speedsetting we managed to achieve was 175MHz. At 180MHz the board would post but not boot into Windows ... whether this is a memory or a chipset limitation, I am not aware of ... but I'm sure you guys won't complain with a FSB of 175MHz. Note that we had to use the slowest memory settings to achieve this kind of speed ... I am aware that this means that a lower speed settings with faster memory settings will outperform the 175MHz setting, but the goal was to see how high we could run the board, and that's what we did. As soon as faster DDR memory becomes available, I'll give it another go."
FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSONLINE
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