I'm wondering if it's possible for a llano/lynx to boot into linux with a 133MHz bclk(fsb).
100MHz is the default, the system posts fine all the way near 140MHz
but when I try to boot linux with anything above around 103MHz linux will kernel panic and say it can't find the hard drives.

From what i've read the A75 chipset is supposed to auto kick in a divider at 133MHz to keep the sata/usb devices within spec .... I'm just not sure if the chipset/bios is failing to do this on post or if it's a problem in the linux kernel itself (ie: is it resetting the bclk fch multiplier on boot?)

Any ideas ?
all the windows users seem to be claiming they can boot windows past 140MHz ...
board/bios or kernel limiting me here ?