That's nothing new. I did this about a year after the first StrongARM cards became availeble (as soon as the warranty expired). I remember showing it off on the annual meeting of the German Archrimedes Group, so it might even be mentioned in the magazine.
Anyway, back then I clocked my StrongARM at up to 528 MHz (where it became a little unstable) and usually used it at 496 MHz.
I've just updated a file wich I wrote back then and put it up on my website at www.zimmerle.de for anyone who's trying to do something similar. I suggest someone point Ian to my site, I haven't got his email address.
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