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"5bit FID (Frequency ID)"

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jumpy

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#2
A couple other things we added were 5-bit Frequency ID (5-bit FID) This overclocker friendly FSB allows the FSB multiplier to be adjusted from 5-21. Other motherboards use a 4-bit FID, meaning the FSB multiplier can only be adjusted from 3-13, resulting in higher possible overclocks on the FSB
Scott Thirwell, Marketing Director of ABIT Corporation Taiwan
Source: http://www.ocworkbench.com/2002/abit/interview/interviewp1.htm

This board is going to rock, but I don't feel like heading on over to AMD, considering my p4 system is nearly done. :)
 

Taurus

hardware monkey
#3
ah, okay. thanks.

yeah, i'm seriously considering getting the non-S version for about $100. i was originally in the market for a budget kt333 board for a project, but the NF7 is only about $30 more.
 

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