Originally posted by diabloII
cheap stuff=bad ocer
it's pretty obvious..
Yet you have intel motherboards that wont oc for crap yet they still cost 100+ dollars and I have yet to see intel use garbage components...
The last Aopen mobo for Pentium-Ms had processor voltage, ram fsb to processor fsb ratios/upping the fsb of each in 1 mhz increments, VDIMM, and pretty much anything else you needed for o/cing. Sadly single channel ddr333 and agp 4x turned it into a below-average board.
It wasn't the components on that 855 chipset that were cheap, it was the limitations of intels chipset.
Now, to anyone that has owned the motherboard that this post talks about. Does this motherboard support o/cing features or not?