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Is 219x11 the max your CPU can do?
No, i'm afraid of overdoing it cuz i don't have super cooling in my box.
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post #32 of 37
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Ok now im really confused so should i leave them the same or divide the ram fbs?
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Leave your divider on 166mhz (.83 divider), set your FSB to 240. Drop your CPU multiplier to 10.

Therefore your 166mhz divider used with a 240mhz FSB (.83 x 240 = 200, stock speed of ram). Raise CPU voltage up to 1.425. Leave memory voltages, and timmings alone because this divider and FSB makes your ram run at stock settings.

This will bring you to a nice mild 2.4ghz overclock. Stock cooling should hold up fine (after all, its only a 200mhz gain). Just watch your temps.
    
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My mobo doesnt let me modify the multiplier...
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My mobo doesnt let me modify the multiplier...
Are you sure? Most motherboards have the option to at least decrease the multiplier. I've never heard of your motherboard....apparently google hasn't either.

Do you have the latest BIOS?

Reason behind dropping the multiplier to 10, is to allow your memory to operate at its full speed, therefore increasing bandwidth. While not entirely important, it can help in some applications.
    
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Thats because my mobo is really Gigabyte GA-K8NSC -939 sorry i got it wrong
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Leave your divider on 166mhz (.83 divider), set your FSB to 240. Drop your CPU multiplier to 10.

Therefore your 166mhz divider used with a 240mhz FSB (.83 x 240 = 200, stock speed of ram). Raise CPU voltage up to 1.425. Leave memory voltages, and timmings alone because this divider and FSB makes your ram run at stock settings.

This will bring you to a nice mild 2.4ghz overclock. Stock cooling should hold up fine (after all, its only a 200mhz gain). Just watch your temps.
Thanks man i found the multipliers they had some other weird name in my mobo... Anyway did what you said, and i can see the diffrence in the speed The temp is also on 28 C cool
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