Re: Overclocking the q6600 on the P35 DS3R
ok... FSB x Multiplier = Speed
266 x 9 = 2394mhz (or 2.4ghz)
by increasing the FSB... you will in turn increase the speed... because the higher number x 9 will result in a higher speed... thats the basics of it..
the Voltage is the Power given to the CPU.. that in turn usually determines your temps.. that is what causes damage because people go overboard and go up way too much..
some people lower their multipliers because they can't get to their goal of overclocking (usually an FSB Wall)... hence dropping the multiplier can give stability when people want to hit their goal......
higher FSB and lower multiplier give a little bit better performance.. but its not noticable...