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Old 12-16-07, 07:45 PM   #3
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Default Re: Veteran OC'er needs some advice!

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Originally Posted by XDanger
Since when was the massively overclocked northbridge issue in that fsb range fixed?

edit: "The bad part is that between 360 and 399fsb" nm



But still, Have you tried 400?
Hmmm... no I have not. I was not aware fully of the FSB issue in the range 360-399. Is it possible for you to explain more why 400Mhz would be more stable than 360-399? I assume it has something to do with stepping in the NB chip but am curious. I guess to humor the idea I can take the multiplier of the CPU down so I can raise the FSB to 400 and see if its stable that way. Worth a shot I guess! Before I had the multiplier down but never went up near 400Mhz on the FSB thinking I had hit its limit much lower. From what you are saying I might have been close or in the unstable range.
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