Originally Posted by PR1M3R
What do you mean by high FSB boots? I know the chips and or board will hit a wall that can sometimes be pushed a little further with those programs. Did you mean something else?
Any tips are more than welcome as this is my first time really overclocking. Air overclocking does not count really.
No, I am not referring to the FSB wall
You will encounter those regardless of using DICE/LN2/Air/Water/etc.
What I mean by high FSB boots, is that when you will be pushing +500 FSB you will have a hard time booting, which is why it is best to use software to overclock (SetFSB or Clock Gen) at those kinds of FSB's. To avoid the problem of not being able to boot
Best thing to do is find what your max FSB it (FSB wall) on air with a lower multi and then once you have found this out, slap on the DICE pot and start from there at a higher multi