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ok so i have my cpu oced to 3.61 from 3.2 i need help with getin more outa it my build is in my sig plz help
    
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What kind of help do you need?
 
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i wanna get 4.0 but everytime i bump to 4.0 it memory errors
    
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As you overclock your CPU frequency it automatically increases your memory speed and FSB as well. You will need to reduce the memory multiplier in order to run your overclock.
 
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ok thanks and what is qpi? and what does it do?
    
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I believe QPI is the equivalent of FSB on an older chip.
 
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Seagate 1TB Samsung BluRay Noctua NH-D14 + 3 NF-F12 fans Windows 7 Professional 64bit 
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OCZ Fatal1ty 750w Silverstone Raven RV-02-W 
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E8400 E0 Gigabyte G31M ES-2L HD 5670 4 GB generic value RAM 
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