Do PCI/AGP dividers only work at every 33 mhz?

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I fixed my SDRAM ratio to 1:1, and I overclocked my 900 Celeron beautifully to 1.2ghz (PR 1440). The FSB is at 133 from 100.

For my new dream system, speed is the main factor. I plan on getting one of the new 533 FSB processors. Needless to say, I KNOW I won't be able to reach 166 FSB from 133 using these processors, without doing something pain in the ass like getting watercooling, or increasing VCOre voltage ALOT.

I don't like running my system PCI/AGP out of spec. The only way I can do this on my celeron mobo is to use 33 mhz increments, which worked.

Anyone know if any other companies make boards that have different PCI/AGP dividers, or let you lock PCI/AGP speeds?
Or does only the ABIT Th7 do that?

Thanks.

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