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Always fix that to 100 but what actually can be the max value when you oc ?
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It's different for different boards, good idea to keep it under about 115mhz...with my P5E I usually just kept it locked to 105mhz
    
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Always fix that to 100 but what actually can be the max value when you oc ?
The NVIDIA 680i mobos use to auto-clock it to 125MHz but this feature was removed.
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My rule of thumb is to never, never, ever touch it. All it does in my eyes, is cause instability.
    
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