OCworkbench has uncovered a bit more on the different markings that are found on various incarnations of the VIA South Bridge. They report that the 686B South Bridge manufactured from week 50 or later allows for faster FSB speeds.
Wow, are we really able to stop light now?
Update: chinchia tells me that it is the North Bridge, not the South Bridge.
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