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Well there are some really stunning figures picked up from a thread in OCN.
Check the figures. Those include E2140, E2160 and many others.

http://www.overclock.net/general-pro...lock-club.html
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ProRules View Post
No no no.
You didnt understand me right.
I meant max bus.
so if the multiplier is X10 the max is 12GHZ.

Sorry that i didnt reply much time.
Anyway more comments?
I think you mean 1.2ghz, which is equivalent to 1200mhz. Your effective FSB is the base quad pumped, so 200mhz fsb is 800mhz effective, 300mhz FSB is 1200mhz effective. Your CPU multiplier has does not effect FSB frequency, but is related to your CPU clock frequency. CPU multi, multiplied by your FSB gives you your CPU clock frequency. For 4 ghz, you need a board that can do 500mhz FSB , at your max cpu multi, which is 8x. 500mhz FSB is equivalent to 2000mhz, or 2ghz.

If your max motherboard FSB was 1200mhz, that would be 4.8ghz effective. No LGA775 board can do that. However if your board is rated at 1200mhz effective, thats equivalent to 300mhz FSB, and much more believable.

The EP45-UD3P's have been known to hit 500mhz or greater.
Edited by Mattb2e - 1/13/11 at 9:03am
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