If the mobo in question has jumpers for FSB selection, then the answer is PROBABLY. If it relies on auto dectection of FSB, it may bork itself and not boot. Reguardless, it will run at max the 333 FSB speed with the defualt multiplier, and therefore slower than intended. I say it's definately worth a shot, b/c more than not it'll likely work.
The situation is that I fried my trust old Nforce2 Mobo, and this is the only Mobo I can source from my local supplier (new Socket A boards are as rare as hens teeth). So b4 I buy it I want to make sure it will work.
Does anyone know if my XP 3200+ will work with this SiS chip?