Sake schrijft: "Dat gaat de goede kant op. Ik zag dat FSB bij een FSB van 120 de clock divider naar 1/4 gaat.":
99/12/02, 1:50pm - From Daiki, "New SoftFSB which supports K7M seems more overclockable ". Here's the story:
With PC133 memory and 1.8 or 1.85 volts for the core, the bus ran at 119MHz (238MT/s), but not quite stably.
At 1.75v with PC100 memory, it was successful up to 117MHz (234MT/s). Daiki will attempt to confirm the stability of this success.
Currently, the K7M BIOS is capable of overclocking the bus to 115MHz (230MT/s). So SoftFSB yields a few percent higher potentiality for when the future K7Ms can overclock to higher levels stably -- remember, previously anything above 220MT/s did not so much as POST, and now it's POSTing at nearly 240MT/s, so there's definitely signs of improvement here.