I just read the GamePC overclocking article that was posted in General Hardware and in there it stated that the Asus P4T-E has some incompatibility in its clock generator that wouldn't allow a 2/4 AGP/PCI divider at 133MHz FSB. Is this true? Can someone else confirm this? I was planning on getting this board but not if I can't overclock it to 133MHz and beyond. Also, what are usually the acceptable limits of PCI and AGP clocks? I have an Adaptec 29160 SCSI controller, an SBLive!, a Netgear FA312 ethernet card, and an ATI TV-Wonder, would any of these devices have any problems with a 150MHz FSB? (37.5MHz PCI). I'm also planning on a Geforce 4 Ti4600, would that have problems with a 75MHz AGP bus? I've heard somewhere that the Geforces seem to handle AGP bus speeds below 80MHz fine but what about my PCI devices? If not then I may have to get a 2.2 GHz when a new (2.4GHz maybe) comes out and prices drop in order to reach my goal of 3GHz (water cooled of course). But my question is, is 133MHz FSB on an Asus P4T-E possible?