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SubjectRe: Overclocking PCI / UNIX95 compliance
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And lo, Patrick St. Jean saith unto me:
> I'll pick a little nit here... If a motherboard claims to be PCI-2.1
> compliant, it is _SUPPOSED_ to be able to handle a PCI clock up to 66MHz,
But "handle" in this case includes "forbid at negotiation time". If
*any* device on a PCI bus can't handle 66 MHz, none may use it. This
is part of the reason why we've not seen 66 MHz-capable PC boards/chipsets
and 66 MHz adapter cards (esp. video!) years ago...

Keith

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