PC Hardware posted a review of the Abit TH7II-RAID motherboard, which was tested under Windows 2000 SP2 and Linux Mandrake 8.1. Quote:
"The CPU Operating speed contains templates for CPUs up to 3Ghz, but since you are able to manually adjust the FSB and multiplier you are not limited to these templates. The multiplier factor can be changed between 8x and 24x, although Pentium4 CPUs are multiplier locked. The FSB can be adjusted in 1Mhz increments between 100Mhz and 255Mhz, the core voltage can be increased up to 2.20V in 0.05V steps, the largest voltage I have ever seen on a Pentium4 board. The AGP clock also allows settings of 2/3, 2/4 or fixed 66Mhz. Unfortunately there is no setting for I/O voltage.
There is also a setting for the RDRAM bus frequency, which allows 300Mhz, 400Mhz and Auto. The setting is quite important because allows overclocking with different kinds of memory."