Yes but that is if the CPU is made to run at 200Mhz which a 2500+ is not.
Look, you said you have a AMD XP 2500+. Stinky12 informed you that a 2500+ is made to run at 1.83Ghz at a FSB of 166Mhz. If that's not enough for you try this
|Model Number||Frequency||L2-Cache||FSB||Multiplier||Voltage||TDP||Release Date||Part Number|
|Athlon XP 2500+||1833 MHz||512 KB||333 MT/s||11x||1.65 V||68.3 W||February 10, 2003||AXDA2500DKV4D|
|Athlon XP 2500+||1867 MHz||512 KB||266 MT/s||14x||1.65 V||68.3 W||December 2004||AXDA2500DKV4C|
There are 2 2500+ CPUs. Neither one is made to run at 200Mhz FSB, that is to say what setting in the BIOS you use. Remember the FSB in the chart is the effective speed not the real speed. Take the number in the chart and divide by 2.
As you yourself pointed out in a previous reply that FSB 166Mhz means it'll run at 1.83Ghz.
If you're that desperate to run the thing at a 200Mhz FSB, and possible screw your system up, then get a better cooler and up the CPU voltage setting in the BIOS. Keep in mind if you fry the CPU that's completely and totally on you. Remember I'm the one tell you DO NOT DO IT!
Set the bloody FSB in the BIOS to 166Mhz and leave the hell a lone. You obviously have no idea what you're doing or have any real understanding of what is going on.
The last thing I'm going to say on this and after this you're on your own because frankly I'm getting tired of tell you the same thing over and over in different ways. You just found out what your mobo is and you pointed out it's the "non-pro" that makes me believe, and based on what I know about Biostar being a cheap budget board, that the board you have might not be meant to overclock much if at all which would be another reason you're having problems when setting the FSB that high for that CPU.