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With a True 120 I'd stay at 4.2 and below. You can just up your multi.
     
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yea 980X ocing is straight, btw you want a multiplier around 29,31,32

Like 31 x BLCK of 146 will give you 4500.

use a lower BLCk instead of going above 200blck, its a lot easier to OC and teh difference in performance is minimal. Actually apart from increasing the QPI and RAM speeds, a higher multiplier will result in lower latency.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
yea 980X ocing is straight, btw you want a multiplier around 29,31,32

Like 31 x BLCK of 146 will give you 4500.

use a lower BLCk instead of going above 200blck, its a lot easier to OC and teh difference in performance is minimal. Actually apart from increasing the QPI and RAM speeds, a higher multiplier will result in lower latency.
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Adjustable multi is the bee's knee's!

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awesome , know exctly what to do now n so glad to hear dont need to buy more hardware for now , thnks so much guys!
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