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Currently at 1033FSB with a x12 Multiplier what would be the next step to OCing this puppy

Memory at 800
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up your multiplier and put your ram to 533, keep your ram at half your fsb
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You should find out what the max speed fsb you can run on your board. Then find out what max speed you can run on your memory. Running your fsb and memory close its fastest speed will give you best overall system performance.
    
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Ya see what you can do, but you're not gonna get even close to unleashing that cpu at all. That mobo isn't going to go very far, mobo's with nvidia chipsets suck for OC'ing. Well, I'm hearing the brand new one may OC pretty well, but all the others including your board, are poor OC'ers.

I almost feel bad for that cpu, stuck in 1st gear like that lol. Well I know it's still fast, but that cpu is made to be OC'd like mad. Ya like he said, see what you're board can do, cause it will hit a wall long before your cpu is done. Upping your multi is the only way you'll get a decent OC I think. See what she can do though .
    
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[QUOTE=RoscoeMcGurk;1440599]............ mobo's with nvidia chipsets suck for OC'ing.......QUOTE]

Especially Nforce4... (Me)
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[QUOTE=<CRACK@> (CS:S King);1440644]
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............ mobo's with nvidia chipsets suck for OC'ing.......QUOTE]

Especially Nforce4... (Me)
Not true at all. Nvidia makes some of the best overclocking chipsets...
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Not true at all. Nvidia makes some of the best overclocking chipsets...
I think they are referring to Nvidias attempts at creating a decent Intel Chipset Solution, in which we can all agree, before the 680i, most have been mediocre at best.
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[QUOTE=Commander Kool;1440657]
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Not true at all. Nvidia makes some of the best overclocking chipsets...
hhahaha What ever gave you that idea? No wait, you're talking about AMD boards. I always forget that the AMD one's can OC cause I never have AMD rigs. So I guess I always think- Nvidia = bad OC .
    
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Currently at 1033FSB with a x12 Multiplier what would be the next step to OCing this puppy

Memory at 800
Take the multi down to 10 and overclock the FSB. That CPU runs stock at 1066FSb, so at 1033 it's actually, technically, underclocked. Even though you increased the multi for higher clock speed, it's the FSB that does the work.

Also, your RAM is running way faster than the FSB currently, as Roscoe stated, most NVIDIA based INTEL boards are terrible overclockers. I would set your RAM at 700Mhz and start increasing your FSB, you won't need to touch RAM again until you hit 350FSB, which may or may not happen on that board.
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Ok correction.. FSB is 1066 effective with a x11 Multi.. FSB is DDR2800.. running 400 each..

I steped up the Multi to 12 got the proc to 3.2 ran sweet burned for 8 hours no problems.. the only question im really having is if I up the FSB should I do it by set numbers like 5mhz at a time.. meaning 1071 or what.. my bios doesnt really use steps, rather I have to imput the number.

Temps at x12 were 33c idle 38c load.
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