Originally Posted by NARF
I think I adjusted it to 105, its the maximum setting on my board.
I tried to boot (don't remember if it failed during booting or a few minutes after starting a stress test).
After that I turned it back to 100.
How could the BLCK corrupt files?
When you overclock blck my understanding is its similair to oldschool FSB overclocking. When you adjust the BLCK its overclocking more than your processor. When you adjust a multiplier your just adjusting the processor speed. When you change BLCK several components become overclocked like the memory, PCIE, ect .. The bus speeds are being changed. Its been awhile since I overclocked with the FSB (core2duo,p4). So if this info is incorrect one of the more knowledgeable guys please chime in. I read a bit because the term was new to me and I gathered this info.<-- That's where the SB-e vs SB-k info comes from.
Edit: Just wanted to add even at just 40 multiplier changing blck from 100 to 105 is a 5% increase or 200mhz. Not sure if a 5% change in bus speed would cause a corruption but highly plausible imoEdited by scorpiontsi - 2/12/12 at 8:18am