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429fsb x 7 E2180

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Is it safe on my board Asus P5K ?
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of course!
i run from 450FSB x8 = 3.6GHz 1.3v(in BIOS) 1.28v(in windows)
and 494FSB x8 = 3.95GHz 1.45v(in BIOS) 1.43v(in windows)
with really no vdroop
Edited by !!GoNe^BuCk^W!lD!! - 5/15/08 at 12:20pm
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It is fine as long as it is stable and NB temp not too high.
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It is fine as long as it is stable and NB temp not too high.

How can I know NB temp?

Is that motherboard temp? Sorry for noobing
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Its fine, P35 can go beyond 500 FSB with decent cooling. Feel the heatsink closest to your CPU, its near the center of the board. If you can't hold your finger on it for 10 seconds it is too hot. Motherboard temp is the temp of the probe on the board that is usually near the PCI-E slots and is not northbridge temp.
     
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How can I know NB temp?

Is that motherboard temp? Sorry for noobing
Motherboard temp isn't the NB temp. Some boards use chipset temp, MCP for SB and SSP for NB. GigaByte already said it. Or I put a temp kit on the top of NB heatsink.
Edited by linskingdom - 5/15/08 at 1:36pm
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Thx guys
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