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235fsb x 8 3-3-8-3(2T)I have overclocked this far and cant raise fsb to 240. When i check my overclock with cpu-z and clockgen they both say im at 1.6 everytime i raise my fsb to 240. What settings do i need to change? I know my processor can handle 3.0ghz and my fsb on mobo goes upto 450. Does anybody know what my highest overclock can be?
 

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1. Just because the settings got to 450 don't mean it can go that high. Most 939 hit up to mid 300 range, some don't even breal the 300 range.<br />
To determine what goes how fast stable...<br />
<a href="http://www.overclock.net/faqs/31782-how-find-limits-my-cpu-memory.html" target="_blank">http://www.overclock.net/faqs/31782-...pu-memory.html</a>
 

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Uhmm isn't that nf8 a s754??
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">235fsb x 8 3-3-8-3(2T)I have overclocked this far and cant raise fsb to 240. When i check my overclock with cpu-z and clockgen they both say im at 1.6 everytime i raise my fsb to 240. What settings do i need to change? I know my processor can handle 3.0ghz and my fsb on mobo goes upto 450. Does anybody know what my highest overclock can be?</div>

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</div>we will need to know your processors multiplier and voltage something like 275 x 11= 3025 on 1.350v<br />
you will need to set your multiplier manually, if its on auto it will reduce the multiplier to safe settings for your CPU
 

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are you running a divider on your memory? something like: limit memory clocks to 166, or memory ratio 5/6, if not your pc3200 memory is maybe crappin out on 480mhz with these timings, so you will have to up the memory voltage (not reccomended and im not responsible for any damage caused by it) run a divider or loosen timings.....
 

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try setting a divider on the ram and go from there...Set it at 133mhz and work your way up ...when you drop your ram to 133 tighten the timings a bit maybe 3-3-3-8<br />
~~edit~~ to slow on the response i guess...lol
 

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about thermal throttling.......<br><br><a href="http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/120108-cpu-throttle-when-overclocking.html?highlight=thermal+throttling" target="_blank">http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...mal+throttling</a>
 
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