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    will you be able to run a 800FSB processor on a 533 mhz mobo?

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    I'm pretty sure u wont be able too:thumb:
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    YEah man, sorry to say this but with what I thought you knew, you really should know better. (What a philisophical statement)

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    Ummm... I unless I've been reading wrong...

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    Some 533FSB boards can take the 800Mhz Northwood CPU

    ABIT BH7, Some IT7 Max rev2. EPoX 4PEA800 can, as can the Albatron PX845PEV800, These are boards that can only offically support 533FSB due to I845PE chipsets but are able to overclock to this level.
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    Yeah I know that some board can handle 400 533 and 800. But they have to be designed for that tecnology. Like my board could not handle an 800 FSB. No way. IT has to be designed for it.

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    I would think you could, but of course atr only a 533fsb, but you could definately o/c to that 800 with good RAM

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    hey what about the vice-versa? a 400FSB processor on an 800FSB mobo? i think that shd work...isn't it?
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    I don't know, time for Wiggo!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by asklepios
    hey what about the vice-versa? a 400FSB processor on an 800FSB mobo? i think that shd work...isn't it?
    yes, the mobo is downward compatible, not upward though.

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