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Originally Posted by Kriegen View Post
Shouldn't that be a con? If he lowers the multi, he has to raise the FSB even higher to get the same clock.
higher fsb is better...

Lower multipliers are better because you can achieve a higher fsb/qdr... higher multipliers put a strain on the cpu and you get a lower fsb.

im running a qdr of 1600, 400x8 = 3.2
its faster than 1422, 355x9 = 3.2

Raising the fsb shouldnt be and issue if u have a good cooler.

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my bad. i meant 1333.... wat is your highest oc so far? try to hit 1600 if you can. i forgot the abbreviation but the last one on the voltage screen is to adjust the northbridge. i have the spirit II and its up at 1.5 .. if you dont have another cooler, it will be super hot.
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