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how do you get a multiplier of x19 ?

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there's AMD and Intel mobo threads but of coarse I have to have nVidia just to be different (980a) so I figured I'd post my Q in here ...

I see folks who post that they can use a multiplier of x19 but the BIOS on all the mobos I've had recently (MSI 790X-G45, MSI NF980-G65, etc) max at x13.5 so how do they get a multiplier of x19 ? I'd rather leave the FSB alone and OC the cpu only
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Multipliers are not related to the mothboard; they vary on the CPU. You have a Athlon II processor, which have a max multiplier of around 13-19. Phenom II processors and Black Edition variants have more multiplier headroom. You have no choice but to OC the FSB for that maximum OC
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