Originally Posted by Parental Fornicator
thanks very much guys
Does having a higher multiplier and a lower reference clock make a difference AIpha? Also,I raised my voltage from the cpu to the nb and from the sb to the nb by .1v. Is there any way to monitor where those readings are at in real time? Thanx again use guys
Higher multiplier and lower reference clock means that you are running your ram faster and stressing your mobo more. The ideal case is to have the lowest multiplier and highest reference clock so that you are maximizing both your ram and cpu.
Example: If you use x15 multi ddr2-800 ram will be around 750mhz stock. But if you use x14 multi with raised fsb to keep cpu at same speed, then your ram will be running around 800mhz. This option is better as long as both your ram and mobo can handle it.
As far as monitoring your nb and sb, I'm not sure if there is a program that will. I haven't come across one, but that doesn't mean there isn't one.