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Old 08-09-2005, 05:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How much can you OC a mobile cpu on a Abit NF7-S V2? I can only OC to 2316MHz.
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it cant be answered.it all depends.
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Why? What by "it depends" do you mean?
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PSU, CPU, cooling, that sort of thing. If its a mobile CPU< my guess would be not that great at OCing
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PSU, CPU, cooling, that sort of thing. If its a mobile CPU< my guess would be not that great at OCing
Mobiles are the best at overclocking.

Not a bad OC, however you may not 100% know what your doing...
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Not a bad OC, however you may not 100% know what your doing...

Ahhhh, his cpu is in his sig. I was wondering the whole time what cpu he was talking about since he didn't mention one... You were scaring me for a minute DJ-Chris.
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Nubius should give a go at this one. He's the RAM & Overclocking go to guy in this forum. Oh, and gaara too.
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He also had the exact same setup (cpu/mobo) So he should know that stuff. Dude we cant tell you exactly how far you can go w/ it cause it all depends on your ram, psu, cooling, know-how, all that good stuff.
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OK, so what do I do to get it to 2400MHz, I need to know the FSB clock to set, exact voltage to set, and multiplier to use. Right now it's at this for the setup> 200FSB w/ 11x Multiplier @ 1.65V Core Voltage... What do I set to get it at 2400MHz. I've just upped my signature to show you all that I got
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