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whats the highest multiplier for 2500 barton

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fiji

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ok im wondering whats the highest multiplier for a 2500 barton on a nf7-s-- thanks
 

modenaf1

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just out of curiosity, what is the lowest?


i think it is like 2 or 4 or something like that.

wouldnt it be awsome to o/c the fsb so much that you would need a multi of 1 ? :D
 

modenaf1

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altec said:
I don't really think that's possible modena...but it would be pretty neat. ;)

he he. i dont think it would be possible either, but, damn, i would pass out if a new ram came out that did that. i think old 386's and stuff had multis of 2.
 

timmyqwest

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who said it's not possible...what if your looking for a 400mhz machine :)

i think i'm gonna do that actually, set my speed to 350mhz see how it stacks up to my PII @ 350mhz