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Front side bus adjustment on MP tyan boards

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September 27, 2001 7:58:18 PM

I'm curious what the Front side bus adjustments are on the Tyan MP boards for AMD chips. I know for sure it'll do 100 and 133, but will it do anything in between?

It would be nice to buy two Morgans and run them with 120-133 FSB.
September 28, 2001 9:40:33 PM

come on doesn't anyone own one of these boards?
September 28, 2001 9:58:15 PM

Yahiko does, PM him.

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October 2, 2001 5:54:07 PM

I have the Tyan thunder k7 and It will only let you set the FSB at 100 and 133 there is no in between. There is no bios option or anything. This board is very overclocker-unfriendly.

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October 3, 2001 9:23:03 PM

does that mean no multiplier adjustment either?
October 4, 2001 8:37:12 PM

No multiplier adjustment.

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October 6, 2001 9:07:26 PM

Here's a note about Tyan MB. They are very stable, offer great options/ upgradablity, but do not overclock at all. Tyan doesn't want to risk its reputation by having someone modifying it's boards specs (which in turn may cause it to run unstable.) So if you ever want to overclock, don't buy a Tyan board because they simply do not allow overclocking to work.

If it works for you then don't fix it.