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My dfi will hit 500 fsb with the stock nb voltage. It takes going from 1.25 to 1.30 for it to be totally stable though. And above 500 I use 1.35 just for the heck of it. It is really a nice ocing board.
what do you set your NB Strap to? also this may sound like a stupid question so forgive me but is there any way to set this motherboard at 1T, or can you not run at 1T on DDR2?
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Not with this mobo you cant run 1T, most 965 chipsets you dont have the option and most of the time it doesnt work very well anyways. The nvidia chipsets usually let youlike the 680 and stuff, I think the p35 chipset lets you also.

I either set my strap to auto or 266. Its the only one that works above a certain fsb.
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