That is one sweet build man, didn't know V2's would even work in that board, as aren't they limited to a 100mHZ fsb BASED cpu?
Why should that be the case?
V2 also works with King PIII-S 1400MHz on i815 boards at FSB133.
PCI clock = FSB clock/Divider
max. Divider = 3 on older chipsets and 4 on newer boards.
PCI clock = 133MHz/4 = 33.3MHz (e.g. i815)
PCI clock = 100MHz/3 = 33.3MHz (e.g. i815, i440BX)
PCI clock = 133MHz/3 = 44.3MHz = out of specification (e.g. i440BX)
Don't know whether there are boards supporting divider=5.
But besides that, there may be other reasons of incompatibility between V2 and the chipset that are not related to FSB.