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i5-3570K Bus Speed

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Hey guys,
I noticed the other day on my non-overclocked 3570k that my bus speed is 103, where i've seen online that they're often exactly 100 to multiply by the multiplier which will change the frequency, ie 100x46=4.6GHz... if i changed my multipliers to 46, that would make it 4.74GHz wouldnt it?
I'm confused as to whether it changes anything or should I just go about it as if it were a normal overclocking with 100?

Thanks
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1369854/changing-bclk-on-ivy-bridge-for-24-7-overclock
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You're using auto-OC... remove that and it won't do it.
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