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|3rd December 2003, 16:09||#11|
want it cheap. Probably better off running a barton 2500+ @ 200MHz fsb.
A 2600+ might be an option, but theymight be locked by now too. but I can't check what batch we have.
|3rd December 2003, 18:36||#13|
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|25th December 2003, 21:52||#20|
your CPU speed is determined but the FSB multiplied by the (here comes the DUH part) multiplier.
If you raise either you overclock your CPU. The point is that an overclocked FSB has more benifits then just an overclocked CPU. That's why you first put your FSB at it's maximum using a low multi. And then raise the multi to the CPU's limits.
With a locked barton you can't do this. You'll just have to hope that your max FSB is close to max CPU with the default multi.
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