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Originally Posted by Mitche01 View Post
AMD replaced the FSB with the HT REF CLK which is used to generate most of the other bus speeds on the system, RAM, HT link, etc...

So techincally there is no FSB but it still exists in spirit!

And I can beat you 8086!

EDIT - OP, the drop in voltage is called Vdroop and usually happens when your CPU is loaded. It is not really a concern unless you running a high overclock for 24/7. You just need to make sure that when you have OCd and stress tested that you have a stable system with your settings.

Good Luck
So do i need to keep manual voltage or set up Offset?
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