Perhaps the most interesting little feature about this board is the
inclusion of a dipswitch which controls FSB overclocking. There are four
settings which can take the FSB from stock speed, up through 10%, 15%, and
20% overclock. While the FSB can be controlled in the BIOS as well, it is
interesting to see a motherboard manufacturer go back to dipswitch
overclocking. I thought we got over that after the K6 and Athlon days?
Still, an interesting little wrinkle that could appeal to a certain group of