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That's just wrong.... SB's can't 5.8Ghz cause of their multiplier ceiling. So it's not limitless overclocking

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>.< NINJAED!

You quoted me before I could edit my post.
Now you must live with it! Mwahah.
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You can OC upto the max normal turbo which for my old i5 2500 was 38 and then multiply that by whatever base clock you can hit. I was able to do 107mz which equated to around 4.1Ghz but i ran 38x105 24/7 for 4Ghz.
    
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Is there dramatic OC differences between the P67 and H67 chipset? I'm not aiming for around 5+ghz if I was to get a i5 2500k. Just something around 4.5 or so.
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Is there dramatic OC differences between the P67 and H67 chipset? I'm not aiming for around 5+ghz if I was to get a i5 2500k. Just something around 4.5 or so.
You cannot OC on H67. I think.... As well as not supporting the onboard processor graphics
    
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Is there dramatic OC differences between the P67 and H67 chipset? I'm not aiming for around 5+ghz if I was to get a i5 2500k. Just something around 4.5 or so.
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You cannot OC on H67. I think.... As well as not supporting the onboard processor graphics
H67 is the only way to use the on-board gfx...for now.

I don't think you can OC the CPU on H67 at all. No multi adjustment and no BCLK adjustment. You can OC the gfx portion of the chip w/ some H67 boards, though.

Z68 (or whatever they are going to call it) will allow the use of on-board gfx and CPU OCing.

Kvjavs, you need to wait for Z68 if you want a mATX board for OCing on SB.
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