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Old 05-24-2008, 11:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, got the 750i working. With overclocking, i just adjust the fsb right? its a different format then my old ds3r. Its like 1066 instead of 266. I just add 800 to what i would have had on the ds3r for the same clocks right? Also, after i save bios, when it restarts, my monitor doesent get signal, and i have to turn off the computer and then turn it back on. Is there a setting or something so i do not have to manually restart the computer?

on a side rant, i HATE the pushpin 775 cpu thing. I spent 30 minutes trying to get the **** things in, to turn on my computer, and have 10c temps more than my old temps, and as much as 7 degrees change between cores, meaning a terrible mount. GAH /endrant

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that would make your cpu run @ 4.2. It would need to be 1464 to run @ 3.3ghz. 3300/9=366x4=1464
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