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What exactly does this do? I find it in BIOS, and put it from 100 MhZ to 125 MzH. It raised my idle temp from 42 to 50, and made this run way better. The highest it can go is 132, but I was talking to someone on Counter-Strike last night who said I should mess with it. So, is it stable now? Should I put it back, and should I be able to go to 132. Thanks in advance.
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you don't want to mess around with that too much..... put it back to 100 or if you really feel that you should overclock it go for 107 max!!! if you choose to not to, it can damage your graphics card,
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not only could it damage your gpu it can fry your mobo .. !
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100, if you're going to exceed 475+ in FSB, then just put 105, 106. Not more, not less.
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it kind of makes everything "equal" if you rasie it a hare. just put it to 107 and you'll be fine. i've run w/ 109 for a long long time.
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Alright, I'm at 107. I probably shouldn't have messed with that with out looking more into it Alot guys.
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Alright, I'm at 107. I probably shouldn't have messed with that with out looking more into it Alot guys.
you'll be fine at 107.
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