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Max speed supported??

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Anonymous
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November 13, 2001 11:30:51 PM

Hi all,
I have an asus A7V133 motherboard and am soon planning on upgrading my CPU. Would anyone know what is the maximum AMD Athlon clock speed that this motherboard supports?? I visited the site and all it says is 1GHz+ which frankly does not tell me much at all. Thanks in advance

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November 14, 2001 3:58:12 AM

It will support all new socket A processor, but you will need the latest BIOS update for that.

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November 14, 2001 5:11:31 PM

Is that the one with the KT133 or the KT133A? The newer KT133A supports a 133MHz FSB, while the orginal KT133 does not, limiting your options.

What's the frequency, Kenneth?
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Anonymous
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November 15, 2001 1:23:09 AM

hi there,
the board is regular A7V133 with a Promise IDE ATA-100/RAID 0/I chip and on the first page of the manual it says the following:

JumperFree PC133/VC133
200/266 MHz FSB AGP Pro/4X
Socket A Motherboard

thanks a lot
Anonymous
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November 15, 2001 1:26:29 AM

thank you

just one quick thing, are the new AMD Athlon XP cpus socket A as well and will this board work with them or will it only work with just the thunderbirds at best?
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