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I'm trying to OC my new sig rig. And I know I have to adjust the FSB with the CPU multiplier to get the outcome. But in the BIOS for the Asus Striker II Extreme, the FSB is called the QDR.

Now I know that the boards setting will allow between 100mHz and 750mHz, BUT the QDR wants input numbers between 400 and 3000....

How do I convert the QDR to the FSB so that I know what numbers I want to put in to achieve the FSB I want??

Edit: Sorry I put this in the wrong forum, can someone please move it to the Intel Motherboard section?
 

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I don't know much about the the multi-core CPUs at all really as I own a Intel P4 but am upgrading soon. 1.5VID is the max so 1.325 should be fine, if its unstable push it a little more.
 

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Sure you can get 3.0GHz at stock or very nearly stock voltage. Just set FSB QDR to 1333 and reboot. If it isn't stable, bump the CPU voltage up a notch or two.
 
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