In the area of overclocking, the KA11 does not get high marks, and seems to do everything it can to hamper any sort of tweaking. The hardware DIP switches and jumpers are just the start, and you'll also have to contend with an AGP and PCI divider that's derived straight from the CPU. This is a huge negative, especially given that the Pentium III E processors are currently the overclocking chips of choice. Using a Slot I Coppermine E and the KA11, you'll find the 124 MHz FSB to be the highest overclock you can attain. If you move higher to the 133-150 MHz settings, the PC will refuse to boot. This even works in reverse, and a 100 MHz CPU cannot use the 66, 75 or 83 MHz FSB speeds. Even if you could use these FSB settings, the KA11 only features 10 different settings in all, hardly qualifying it as an overclocker's board.
[...] As you may have already ascertained, the FIC KA11 is not a board I would recommend to power users or overclockers. The features and overall design of the KA11 do not lend themselves well to tweaking or other types of performance enhancement. Then again, when using Intel processors at their default speed, the KA11 is a very stable motherboard and offers enough performance for general use. Tweakers should beware, but the low price of the KA11 makes it a good choice for the less demanding user.
Dit bordje mist een heleboel dingen die wij tweakers willen hebben (AGP divider instellen, meer dan 10 FSB's, Vcore via Bios instellen en Hardware monitoring) maar is wel aardig goed voor een niet power user die een goedkoop systeempje wil hebben.