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Old 06-13-2007, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so here is the deal.

I'm stuck on:

FSB 285
HT 3x
DRR2 533
CPU Volts 1.4
Temps 42*C (I don't think that's right. The Heatsink isnt hot at all. Basically I can't feel a thing.)

Whenever I try to up my FSB to 2.9 or 3.0
Bios tells me to Lower CPU Frequencies.

Any ideas? Do I OC my ram? my NB?
And is 48*C noticable if I touch it? or is that inaccurate ?

I have aftermarket cooling with A5S and 2 gigs of Gskill (nq) ram
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