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Thanks again for the advice,
To busy today to try anything, will have ago tomorrow
cheers all
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Hi Franz
Just been in the bios and raised the FSB from 1333MHz to 1343MHz. Obviously it is not a huge leap forward but at least I am beginning to understand what I am doing. This is correct?

I thought I would have moved the FSB up in the old way. Like the settings would be 333 x 7 so I would have changed the 333 to say 350 then multiplied.

In the Intel guide, Robilar says that with this 680i board it is better to have a low FSB and use a high multi. So if I raise the FSB so that the CPU reaches 2.6MHz gradually with no problems I should then return to the bios and reset the FSB and change the multiplier to 8 , this will be correct?

I am still a bit confused about the FSB, on the AI booster (that I am just using as a visual indicator ) it has the FSB at 1343 then below the CPU speed at 2349 obviously you raise the FSB and the cpu speed goes up, but I cannot see the mathematical link of 1343 to the 2349 ?
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i highly doubt youll get to 666fsb thou youll be luck to hit 500fsb or 2000 qrd and i dont think you can raise the mutli to 8 you can only go down....
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Hi Franz

...I am still a bit confused about the FSB, on the AI booster (that I am just using as a visual indicator ) it has the FSB at 1343 then below the CPU speed at 2349 obviously you raise the FSB and the cpu speed goes up, but I cannot see the mathematical link of 1343 to the 2349 ?
Okay to explain the link to 1343. Your FSB on this board is often posted at the QDR or Quad Data Rate. So if you set your FSB to 1343 the actual FSB is ~335. When you go to find the speed of the PC you take that base FSB of 335 and multiply by the CPU multiplier, so 335x7 gives you the speed of 2350 or 2.35GHz.

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i highly doubt youll get to 666fsb thou youll be luck to hit 500fsb or 2000 qrd and i dont think you can raise the mutli to 8 you can only go down....
I am not sure where you are getting the 666fsb from. He is setting his fsb to 1343QDR or 335.

@riggie he is correct though on your multiplier. Your max will be 7 and you should just leave it at that.
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