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Old 12-07-06, 03:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: why lower the mulitplier?

You lower the multiplier to see how high you can push the FSB. You want your OC to be the highest megahertz possible while keeping your FSB as high as possible. Add in some good RAM and run it locked with the FSB for even better peformance. For example, run 500fsb then your ram will be at 1ghz if it can go that high =)
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