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Originally Posted by The Duke
Oh, on a long shot , that is if you have a premium FHS to cool that 2600+ Barton... 1.8-1.9v and a 166 FSB. But ONLY if you have a premium cooler and your BIOS supports voltages that high!
Keep your full load temp below 55c!!!
the barton is already 166 * 11.5 at stock
u r thinking about the t-bred
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post #32 of 34
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My muiliplyer can be changed
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Mismatch memory will hold back your over clock also.
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My multiplier is locked at x11. I have the option in the mobo bios that can change the multi to whatever I want, but, when I do so, and then run cpu-z, the bios still boots at x11, even though I had just changed it. I know I can't change the multi to anything other than x11 on my chip.
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