Resting-state fMRI with a short TR enables unaliased sampling of the BOLD-signal, by disentangling cardiorespiratory pulsation signals. In this study, we aimed to explore the feasibility of obtaining a high-frequency spectrum and determined the influence of aging. Structural and high-frequency resting-state fMRI was performed using 7T MRI on 5 young and 5 elderly subjects. The power spectra, calculated for different brain regions, showed a clear separation of spontaneous BOLD fluctuations and the respiratory and cardiac pulsations. This pilot study demonstrated the feasibility of acquiring high-frequency spectra using fMRI. Furthermore, initial results confirm that the BOLD effect attenuates with aging.