Reply 240 of 264, by cyclone3d
He says in the video that the one he used in his previous video wasn't stable at 200Mhz so he had to use a different one.
I really need to see if I have a board that will do 66Mhz fsb.
The current board I am using now, the ASUS PVI-486AP4 maxes out at 40Mhz fsb because the chipset divides the input signal by 2. It can already qualify as the slowest 486 since I can get the CPU to run at a reported 3.90Mhz with some jumper trickery and board mods but it would be really cool to test it out with a clock doubling circuit so I could feed the chipset faster clockspeeds for it to halve. That would potentially give me up to an 80Mhz fsb, but not sure if it would work as I am unsure if the PCI bus has any sort of divider above a certain speed. There are no settings in the BIOS for it.