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In my BIOS I was wondering what the correct way to arrange these for stable overclocking.<br><br><br>
LDT (K8) to C51D(NB) Frequency - 200,400,600,800,1000<br><br>
C51D(NB) to NVIDIA(SB) Frequency - 200,400,600,800,1000<br><br>
NF4 SLI-(SB) to NVIDIA(NB) - 200,400,600,800,1000<br><br><br>
So do I match these up in the board?<br><br>
Right now I have 800x1000x1000 and I run my cpu @ 2.5x10 @ 250 fsb
 

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The K8 to NB is all you should worry about. 200=1 400=2 600=3 800=4 1000=5. Those are your Multipliers. 200FSB * 5=1000HTT. You should try to keep your HTT around 1000. So if you put your FSB to 250 your multiplier would be 4(800). 250 * 4=1000. You could keep the rest, NB to SB, at 1000 I don't think it would matter. So I think you got it.
 
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