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Ok, more HTT or less HTT.. that is the question.

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I was messing around with my overclock and I decided to change a few things. My memory was running at 179 and I wanted to get a little closer to stock speeds. I had my multi at 10, fsb at 270 and HTT was hitting 1089. I took my multi down to 9, upped fsb to 300 and brought HTT down to 899. Now my memory is running at 192.7 and 1T. My question is does that much of a drop in my HTT hurt performance? Would it be more benefical for me to run my memory slower and bring my HTT back up? Also I am amazed that this chip is running at 1.360.
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No, you can go down to almost 600Mhz in the HTT before it will degrade performance.
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Thank you for the reply.
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