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Old 02-06-2006, 10:46 PM   #21 (permalink)
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333, 666, 999, 1332, 1665, 1998, 2331, 2664 etc...

if you aren't goot at working with 3's, just use a calculator (I didn't have to though)

but anyway. what's so different about overclocking from 333MHZ instead of 200MHZ? (appart from the initial speed of course)

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Originally posted by OpticalIllusion
It's called a multiplier. Instead of being 11 or 12 like now, it will probably drop to somewhere around 7 or 8.
Dude, I know what a multiplier is. Don't kid me.

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Maybe you mean it will be harder because its such an odd number like 333 instead of 200?

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[Bbut anyway. what's so different about overclocking from 333MHZ instead of 200MHZ? (appart from the initial speed of course) [/B]
THE DAM* 3s!

The freakin reason I bought a 3200+ was because of the 10x multi and 200HTT.

250 x 10 = 2500.

^^ SIMPLE...

357 x 7 = 2499.

^^ PAIN-IN-THE-A$$...

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