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I have noticed something recently. I may be completely wrong so don't flame.

I noticed that I need a little less voltage on the V-core if I oc with the multi and the fsb rather than the multi only.

Is this fact or are the processors I have just odd?
 

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Yea I was thinking it could be logical, as you have to increase the volts elsewhere.
 

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thats why i would rather overclock by fsb than just multi
320x12.5
cpu-nb multi at 8
ram on the 667mhz divider

that setting was faster than
200x20
cpu-nb X14
ram at 1066 divider

but at 320mhz my chipset needed +.05V
 

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thats why i would rather overclock by fsb than just multi
320x12.5
cpu-nb multi at 8
ram on the 667mhz divider

that setting was faster than
200x20
cpu-nb X14
ram at 1066 divider

but at 320mhz my chipset needed +.05V
You have any benchmarks to illustrate this?
 

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I'm in the same boat. Much more stable at 19.5*206 than I am at 20*200 volt increase or not.
thats exactly what I am running at the mo.
 

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You have any benchmarks to illustrate this?
It would make sense that your computer on the whole is faster with a fsb oc rather than just the multi at the same frequency, would it not?
 

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It would make sense that your computer on the whole is faster with a fsb oc rather than just the multi at the same frequency, would it not?

Not really no.

If you manage to keep all other values apart from CPU at stock (just like ocing with the multiplier) logic would tell us that a cpu freq attained one way (via multiplier) should perform the same as the same cpu freq attained another way (via fsb), thus should require the same volts.

But anythings possible.
 

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Not really no.

If you manage to keep all other values apart from CPU at stock (just like ocing with the multiplier) logic would tell us that a cpu freq attained one way (via multiplier) should perform the same as the same cpu freq attained another way (via fsb), thus should require the same volts.

But anythings possible.

Ok, but when you oc via the FSB you don't keep all the other values at stock do you? You are overclocking them.
I don't know, just my thoughts.
 
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