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Old 11th September, 2003, 06:22 PM
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Epox 8kha+ with XP2700+?

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I'm currently running an Athlon XP 1600+ on an Epox 8KHA+ but I'm thinking of upgrading the processor to an Athlon XP 2700+ Thoroughbred. I've seen that the processor is running with 333MHz FSB why I'm wondering whether my motherboard will be able to run the new processor. According to the Epox processorlist I should be able to do this but I just want to make sure because the chipset on the motherboard is a VIA KT266A and if it therefore only would be able to run with FSB 266.

Would be very thankful if someone with greater knowledge than me could give me an answer.

Thanks
Axel
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