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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-11-2019, 11:37 PM - Thread Starter
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Overclock e8500 on 1333FSB mobo

I plan to overclock my e8500 on gigabyte ga-73vm-s2. I can overclock my cpu only by increasing FSB. Lets say from 333 to 370mhz. That would bring me 370x9.5(multiplier) ~3.5ghz. But it results as 1480mhz rated FSB and my mobo support only 1333mhz. Will I fry my mobo or it is possible to overclock motherboard a bit? Is there a software to test mobo after overclocking?

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No you will not fry anything, it will work or not, if not just revert to stock 1333Mhz FSB.

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I plan to overclock my e8500 on gigabyte ga-73vm-s2. I can overclock my cpu only by increasing FSB. Lets say from 333 to 370mhz. That would bring me 370x9.5(multiplier) ~3.5ghz. But it results as 1480mhz rated FSB and my mobo support only 1333mhz. Will I fry my mobo or it is possible to overclock motherboard a bit? Is there a software to test mobo after overclocking?

I have 2x(2gb) pc2-6400 RAMs
You’ll be fine but most of the time the instability will come from the RAM not liking to run very fast. The only time you can hurt something is if you feed it too much voltage or let it run hot. So if you just increase the fsb and not raise voltage you’ll either be fine and stable, or you need more voltage. Most of the time the 45nm chips will do 400fsb without any voltage but you may need to decrease the multiplier or increase Vcore if its unstable. Now when you start moving the feb higher that’s when you’ll need to adjust other voltages like RAM voltage, FSB voltage and sometimes Southbridge voltages.

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