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What if i set the cpu config to 200x15 = 3ghz.
Is this any different from 250x12 ? (Appart from RAM, NB and HTlink raising aswell)

I mean would there be more stress on a specific part with higher FSB, or would it be less/more stable?

Any ideas on that?

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Anything that relies on its performance from the FSB will be affected, but overclocking with a higher multiplier is always easier as it reduces stress on other components.
    
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4Ghz, more than 1.5V, x4, 125W+, unheatsinked 4+1 power phase!?
DON'T DO IT, you may very well be destroying your low-end cheaped-out 4+1 phase right now! DOWN THOSE CLOCKS AND LOCK THOSE CORES
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