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    Not as good as one would of thought, being a C2D and all

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    Thats a very low spec but heck its oc'able

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    when they state it is FSB=200MHz does it mean it's preset a that frequency when socketed ?

    I ask 'cause today a college friend mentionned OC'ing that E4300 to 3 gigahertz... now I wonder if 1°it's true 2°if so, is it stable for 24/7
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    Yes thats the frequency the Front Siide Bus runs at which carries all the signals to and from the processor connecting with other devices.

    It will be FSB x Multiplier = Clock Frequency

    So 200MHz x 9 = 1.8GHz
    • E6300 = 1.86GHz stock clock, 7x multiplier, 266MHz FSB
    • E4300 = 1.80GHz stock clock, 9x multiplier, 200MHz FSB

    Yeah because it has a low stock FSB and multiplier and most motherboards out there will support 333MHz, simple OC is easy:

    333 x 9 = 2997MHz

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    I was about to post the same damned article in the hope that I could ease CAD out of the news market and take a little over for myself...


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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulTa View Post
    I was about to post the same damned article in the hope that I could ease CAD out of the news market and take a little over for myself...

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