Reply 40 of 62, by peda126
today I tried to run my system at 160 Mhz. I did your modifications and the system boots, but it is very unstable. At the beginning it did not even boot in to Win95. I found out, if I disable the L2 Cache, it will boot in to Windows. Have no idea how this is connected. But even once it booted in to Win95, it crashes way to often to call it a stable state. Booted in to DOS, it will not even finish the Quake time demo without crashing.
I did not mess with the ISA clock.
I added a jumper for the resistor as well, so I can switch easily back to 133 Mhz. If I want to enjoy a stable system 😉
Regarding HDD size, i use a Dynamic Drive Overlay. With my Bios version from 10/10/95 it has the 500 (something) MB limit. I am using a IDE-SD adapter with a 16GB SD card.