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Seriously, put your system specs in your sig, everyone will keep telling you to do it until you do. Looking back at the other page is too much trouble for us lazy boneses. If you're running at 3.85, you can probably get more out of the presler. It doesn't really matter how fast your FSB goes; if your system is stable and your voltage and temperatures (esp. temps on a Presler) are OK then you shouldn't be causing immediate damage. Of course, -any- overclock will by definition degrade your processor faster (the more work it does the faster it wears out; just like a car), but not significantly faster if you watch volts and temps.

Go ahead and bump the FSB up a bit if you like. Given that you have an Extreme though, you might as well just keep increasing the multiplier until you hit instability at max volts, or a temp problem.
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