> From: Joe Bissot <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Memory question
> Date: Tuesday, July 22, 1997 8:14 AM
> Actually only the CPU is faster. Clocking at 150 causes the bus to run at
> 60/30 instead of 66/33. You are suffering a 10% performance penalty
> the system to get a 13% CPU performance increase. Unless of course you
> clocking the bus 75/37.5. Most boards won't do the higher bus clock
> At 09:07 PM 7/21/97 -0700, you wrote:
> >While we are on the subject, you might want to check out this site on
> >hardware : http://sysdoc.pair.com
> >It tells you all about (among other things) motherboards, what's good,
> >how to get more out of them...
> >For example, I have one of the Asus motherboards like listed below with
> >Intel Pentium 133 over clocked to 150MHz.. The whole thing is faster too
> >with the clock upped, the PCI bus is faster too (faster video and
> >But, since we are all smart ISP's, we would never do this to our servers
> >RIGHT?! The performance increase is very evident when I boot to 95, but
> >not so much on NT..
> >Just thought I would share...
> >Brad Albrecht
> >Computer Innovations Online
> >Skagit Valleys' Premier Internet Service Provider