I was afraid of that, but I had heard of some programs, SoftFSB for one, that could change stuff from within Windows. Guess stuff like that is kinda obsolete now. Ohh well, it's just that I didn't feel like shelling out a lot of money for a new motherboard and RAM to go with it. Guess I'll just wait till SiS comes out wit their PCI-Express motherboard. They also have a different one coming out that has RDRAM support. Too bad they couldn't combine those together. That'd make one kick ass mobo if they did. It's too bad that Asus stopped making mobos that support RDRAM, though. They are, however, coming out with one that supports PCI-Express. I'll probably get one of those when I built myself a new comp. Though I kinda need to get a job before I do that, low cash flow.