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Max multiplier and fsb

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eXile

New Member
Joined
Mar 31, 2002
what is the max multiplier and fsb settings that a 8KHA+ board can support?
 

NASsoccer

On a string I was held Senior
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Jul 11, 2001
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not as simple as that.. some how high the hsb goes is up to the cooling and ram.. but in the bios it says a number up to 266. But, no one will get that high but i have heard of some getting 200.

Lots of info over here
 

RedDeathDrinker

Senior Aircraftsman IRL
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Jul 16, 2001
Location
Scotland - And don't you forget it!
It's not so much the board, but the CPU you put onto it. I believe it to be a 12* multiplier(but that's CPU controlled), and 266MHz FSB (I believe EPoX Tech over at AOA had one running at 206MHz, or there abouts

Depending on the system setup, a low multiplier and a high FSB setup is the most commonplace, assuming you have an unlocked CPU, but as with any other science, I live and play by the "Try it and see" approach.............currently with a result I am happy with:)