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post #1 of 11
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Hey guys,

I was wondering if by having a Vcore of 1.65v on a 1700+ and Multipliyer of 13.5x @ 133FSB is not a good idea? I runing 1795 and I think if I put it to Multiplyer 15x it could run at 1995Ghz. Would that be a problem if I ran it at those Multiplyers?

By the way Ram is at 4:6 2.5-3-3-3

Update:
So far crash during 3DMark01 testing. So drop the multiplyer to 13 and testing score to compare it to other score during high FSB and low Multiplyer.
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What are your tempratures there mate ?
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Update: 46 idle and 50 on max load using OCCT. Got around 20% testing and didn't crash also this is @ 1729Mhz Mult: 13x, FSB 133 Vcore: 1.65.

My old testing setting was 1700Mhz Mult: 8.5x FSB: 200 Vcore 1.5v sometimes I set it to 1.6v and this setting pass OCCT Test.
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Update: 46 idle and 50 on max load using OCCT. Got around 20% testing and didn't crash also this is @ 1729Mhz Mult: 13x, FSB 133 Vcore: 1.65.

My old testing setting was 1700Mhz Mult: 8.5x FSB: 200 Vcore 1.5v sometimes I set it to 1.6v and this setting pass OCCT Test.
Unfortunately, I don't recommend you OC much higher. Those temps are pretty high. Now you may be able to go a little bit higher but I wouldn't go over say 55-60*C load.
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I see what you mean but is it bad to have high multiplyer? I know that with the old setting I had I could run that even with 1.5V to 1.6V and that would keep my temp lower. That is still runing at 1700Mhz. The thing I don't understand is the whole multiplyer thing. I know bring my FSB is what we want to have higher FSB. However everytime I get near 444Mhz on my Memory frequency it will not post and I have to reset my bios.

Would it be best to have high Multiplyer with 133FSB or lower Multiplyer with 200FSB or higher?
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have you tried running a divider for your ram, that way you can up the fsb more
    
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hmm honestly I am not sure how or what is a divider in OC language. hehe Can you explain to me?

By the way the highest so far I have gone on the FSB have been 214 which load to window and then gave me a nasty crash that force me re-install XP again.
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it basically lets you ram run slower or faster, a 1:1 divider will let your ram run at whatever your fsb is. so if your ram doesnt allow a high fsb you add a divider.in your bios there should be an option to set the memory speed, for example you could just set the divider to 333 then you can hopefully up your fsb more
    
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Oh I c, well I am going to check after a test I am running now and look for that setting.

Update: Finish a testing I was doing with the follow setting.

Mult: 8.5x
FSB: 200
Vcore: 1.6v
Temp: 42 idle 48 Max Load
Ram: 1:1 Divider (2.5-3-3-3)
3DMark01 Score: 14335

-Old Setting-
Mult: 13x
FSB:133
Vcore: 1.65v
Temp: 45 idle 50 Max Load
Ram: ?
3DMark01 Score: 12425

Crazy huh? Didn't even notices the improvement under a lower Multiplyer. Going to look for that divider now on the bios.
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I'm a bit confused, the 1700+ uses an 11x.

Lower muliplyer and higher FSB
I gather your CPU is unlocked
    
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