usually an Asus board

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Subject: usually an Asus board
Name: bighammer
Date: 1/1/2001 2:26:58 PM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: PIII 100FSB overclocking... posted by Phill

and I bet it will run a EB chip.
If it's a say 400 celeron E machine, some of the boards were Asus with the jumpers not soldered on but you could use a slocket adapter, set the voltage and FSB to 133 and run a coppermine E chip at 133 MHz
need to break open the case and look at the numbers on the board.
The ones I worked on didn't have Asus stamped on them but they were Asus boards

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