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ok the lower fsb allow for a higher ram clock with out putting as much pressure on the nb
To lower the FSB means higher the multiplier?
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yes to put it very simply

ram is ram lol
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yes to put it very simply

ram is ram lol
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I'll go to BIOS soon, but which part should I alter Voltage in order to achieve core speed 3.0 GHz?
    
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I set my core clock to about 3.0GHz. What I did to higher my FSB Voltage to 1.37V. My VCore is still set to 1.2V which is the default. Do you think I should try lowering the FSB's Voltage?
    
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so your at 3ghz and are you booting into windows? try running orthos small fet's and see if it crash slow start raising vcore
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Which change in Voltage is insures most stability? Vcore, Vdimm, or VMCH?
    
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vDimm only increases stability if your RAM is OC'd or has tight timings.

vMCH is only important if everything else isn't stable (ie. all other voltages can't stabilize the system)

vCore would probably stabilize your OC the most, seeing as a couple notches can mean stable or BSOD.
post #29 of 35
FSP*Multiplier gives the exact CPU Core speed as on this picture that someone posted.

So in CPU-Z - there is something that is called "Bus Speed" and "Multiplier", to get your clock speed you have to: BusSpeed*Multiplier like: (333*9,5=3,16Ghz).
And when clocking in your BIOS it often says: 1066Mhz Core Speed, to get the exact you have to: 1066Mhz (or so) / 4= (Busspeed). Then BusSpeed*Multiplier= Real Core Speed
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FSP*Multiplier gives the exact CPU Core speed as on this picture that someone posted.

So in CPU-Z - there is something that is called "Bus Speed" and "Multiplier", to get your clock speed you have to: BusSpeed*Multiplier like: (333*9,5=3,16Ghz).
And when clocking in your BIOS it often says: 1066Mhz Core Speed, to get the exact you have to: 1066Mhz (or so) / 4= (Busspeed). Then BusSpeed*Multiplier= Real Core Speed
Finally, an answer to the guy's question!!! ... he's obviously a newb to OC'ing guys & looking for some help.

legendor, you might have a 'magical' CPU that could possibly do 4GHz very easily. If you could get an app called "Coretemp" and run it, you will see a number next to 'VID'. From your stock settings, it appears it's 1.20 (by the way, post up a screenie of it ). This application will also monitor the temps of each core on your CPU to give you a better idea of where you are at with regards to temps. High temps are a bad thing when you start to modify your settings and this is key to a successful Overclock and longevity of your hardware.

Secondly, I would love to be able to help you, but I do not have a DFI board, so I couldn't begin to tell you the settings to change.

I do think that there is a thread started for your motherboard in the "Intel/Motherboard" section where you might get a better indication. You have much reading to do in order to understand the intricacies of overclocking and why we do it, not to mention how not to kill your hardware.
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