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Old 10-20-09, 06:26 PM   #3
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Default Re: Really getting sick of this...

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Originally Posted by Bman212121 View Post
You're making a big assumption there CaptNKILL. At 375 that's already a 1500 FSB. I cannot run that on my 780i. Anything over 1490mhz and it won't post correctly. There are some huge holes in there and you can get it to post and boot at like 1600, but it won't run stable. I think you're just expecting too much out of your components.
I don't know. It seems a bit ridiculous that a brand new $65 board can't hit 350Mhz FSB when my 2 year old $80 motherboard could hit 450Mhz with the same exact CPU.

Also, with my Quad (on my P35 board), I can't get anywhere near 450Mhz, no matter what I set the multiplier to... even though it worked with my E6750 at 450Mhz for 2 years.

This is the kind of thing that drives me nuts.
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