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how find fsb wall? because my mb allow set even 999 , and posted at 400 fsb lol .
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how find fsb wall? because my mb allow set even 999 , and posted at 400 fsb lol .
yeah sure mine can go to 999Mhz too but more often than not its the CPU that hits the wall before the chipset, the general FSB wall for a wolfdale -dual core- CPU is anywhere from 300 to 400, sometimes less than 300 if you have a really bad batch

now the way to know the FSB wall is easy, just lower your CPU multiplier to 6x and keep increasing your FSB until your PC can't post anymore

To know that what you hit is a FSB wall and not a hole increase the NB voltage to 1.4 and increase the FSB by 10-20Mhz, if your PC posts and your settings are intact then you jumped the hole and can still increase the FSB further, if your PC doesn't post then you hit a wall and thats it for your CPU overclocking adventure, when this happens just back up your VTT/NB to 1.2 and overclock according to your now known MB/CPU overclocking potential

in any case, its clear that you have a top of the line batch from the data that you presented about your CPU
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yeah sure mine can go to 999Mhz too but more often than not its the CPU that hits the wall before the chipset, the general FSB wall for a wolfdale -dual core- CPU is anywhere from 300 to 400, sometimes less than 300 if you have a really bad batch

now the way to know the FSB wall is easy, just lower your CPU multiplier to 6x and keep increasing your FSB until your PC can't post anymore

To know that what you hit is a FSB wall and not a hole increase the NB voltage to 1.4 and increase the FSB by 10-20Mhz, if your PC posts and your settings are intact then you jumped the hole and can still increase the FSB further, if your PC doesn't post then you hit a wall and thats it for your CPU overclocking adventure, when this happens just back up your VTT/NB to 1.2 and overclock according to your now known MB/CPU overclocking potential

in any case, its clear that you have a top of the line batch from the data that you presented about your CPU
thanks for this
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Hi, remember me, i'm Back, just a question:
Is Best more FSB or more multiplier?
I have 13 x 250 mhz. (remember i can't change vcore its locked on 1.2875v.)
so can down multiplier and rise FSB, to imrpove the system?
    
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Hi, remember me, i'm Back, just a question:
Is Best more FSB or more multiplier?
I have 13 x 250 mhz. (remember i can't change vcore its locked on 1.2875v.)
so can down multiplier and rise FSB, to imrpove the system?
more fsb = more badwidth , it will improve ram bandwith , should improve overall system speed in windows . not games thought.
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Boyka, how do you get 4Ghz. with that vcore?
    
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Boyka, how do you get 4Ghz. with that vcore?
good lucky cpu maybe? my VID "default voltage " for cpu is already 1.2375 , like most of u have 1.2875 . so i need less voltage for overclock
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this afternoon i will try to rise some Mhz just to see what happens.
Is there anything I should consider?
    
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this afternoon i will try to rise some Mhz just to see what happens.
Is there anything I should consider?
1- CPU core v
2- DRAM speed increases as you increase your FSB so keep a close watch on it

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more fsb = more badwidth , it will improve ram bandwith , should improve overall system speed in windows . not games thought.
in games too actually, more CPU bandwidth better DRAM bandwidth usage, in short everything is faster

Dirt 2 DX11 max settings

CPU 3.51Ghz 270x13 = 47FPS
CPU 3.5Ghz 333x10.5 = 50FPS
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