Originally posted by locki433
intel multiplier's are locked on the proc. The motherboard has nothing to do with it. Only thing a new motherboard would do is to open up your FSB controls
yeah, ok. I noticed when I was trying to use GlockGen that I wasn't able to overclock through FSB, so you're saying if I flash BIOS and get the MX version for my mobo, I might be able to have that functionality... ok. Let me clarify my understanding. If say my FSB is clocked @ 100Mhz, and I have a multiplier of 16, I get 1.6 Ghz. If I crank up my FSB to say, 120Mhz, then I'd have 1.9Ghz, about. Ok... so I'll do that, but is there pros and cons in comparing FSB OCing and multiplier OCing?
Oh, one more thing. I do actually see the multiplier option in BIOS, and it's not grayed off. But no matter what I set it to, it doesn't affect anything at all.
(thanks for the help btw)