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With the right stepping the Toledo willl clock high too. I would get the Toledo. The 165 only has a 9x multi and will make a higher oc much harder to obtain. My Toledo has hit 3.1 ghz, I don't see 165's doing that.
That's a Manchester, not a Toledo, and I think a SLI-DR can reach the needed FSB just fine.
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Get the cheaper of the 2. Anyone that tells you one will overclock higher than the other is misleading you. You do not know ahead of time which will clock higher. Looking at past results, it's much too close to call.
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Thanks guys for the help, i just ordered a opty 165 and a acfreezer 64 from the egg today....hopefully i will get the right steppings.

Thanks again
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That's a Manchester, not a Toledo, and I think a SLI-DR can reach the needed FSB just fine.

I have a Toledo. It overclocks better than most Manchesters.
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even with the wrong stepping you will get to oc to at least 2.7ghz =) ... my ccbbe 0610 does 300x9 w/ 1.3vcore
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