Hey there, Recently I found out that my 2nd computer (motherboard: P5PE-VM) with that cool CPU-lock free feature. However, I couldn't push my E2140 to 10x multiplier because 8x is locked. Too bad. Then I tried rmclock and clockgen, and didn't succeeded to change the FSB because when I pushed the FSB, the PCI and AGP went along anyway, so I didn't apply the settings or else it'll hang my system. Curse that stupid absence of AGP/PCI-lock. My Asrock 865GV conroe DOES have the AGP/PCI lock, and even maximum FSB up to 300. I haven't tried any of the Core-architecture processors (Celeron 4xx, E21xx, E4xxx, E6xxx) on that board yet, but wishing to do so. My Celeron D 347 did a wonderful 3.8GHz with the fan ended up whirring too loudly. I read some of the reviews that the E2140 can be pushed to 1066MHz FSB and even 1333MHz FSB on certain boards (of course with 1333MHz), and apparently the processor itself has a FSB cap for this. Okay, so some of them did the BSEL mod where they short certain contacts on the processor and force it to go 266x4 FSB. Any experience with overclocking Core processors? The Asrock board is freaky, but surprisingly they have the AGP/PCI lock present.