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! Someone tested overclocking a7v8x-x and amd xp cpu

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Old February 7th 04, 05:25 PM
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Default ! Someone tested overclocking a7v8x-x and amd xp cpu

Thought frequency overclocking of a7v9x-x should work, the reason for this is that the normal persentage for production and marking of cpu is 10%.
Meaning your cpu would normally be rated as a lower frequency cpu if it is not found to have a 10% margin to the official product marking.
This is very common in the electronic industry.
I guess i`ll try and analyse it`s stability later on with 5%,10% and possible 15% overclocking of the fsb, as this is to encrease the lovest system speed in persentage it normally gives a higher performance than overclocking by using the multiplier.


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