Make your own Athlon overclocking card

— 1:26 AM on November 15, 1999

Tom's Hardware has been pioneering the Athlon overclocking scene almost as if it were the old days again. The latest from Dr. Pabst is a look at how to build a device that connects to the Athlon's internal edge connector, which allows control over CPU multipliers, volatages, and cache dividers. I want one of these things; may have to attempt to build it myself. The next logical step, as I see it, is for motherboard manufacturers to ship a board with an edge connector device which can be controlled from the BIOS. What are the odds of that happening?

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