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Old 11-09-2006, 10:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ok, oc question here...which of these settings will give me better results...? i.e heat/performance, etc
my ram runs at 5-5-5-15 880mhz effective speed

1) @ 2.6
240mhz x 11
ht x 4 = fsb 960

2) @ 2.6
290 x 9
ht x 4 = fsb 1160
ht x 3 = fsb 870


3) @ 2.4
220 x 11
ht x 4 = fsb 880 same as my ram speed

would my best solution be to match my fsb with my ram speed, or is it ok as long as my fsb is higher than fsb?

any advice is helpful, thanks!

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