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Is it better to keep the multi closer/at stock to reach a stable oc? Im trying to get to the 3Ghz plateau and I wonder which has more bearing if any. Thanks in advance.

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dude i strongly recommend you reading the amd overclocking guide. it explains a lot of things.

 

increasing your FSB affects your RAM speed, as your RAM speed = FSB * divider. so the wisest choice to do for you lucky FX owners is to find the maximum MHz at the lowest timings your RAM can handle and then increase the multiplier. this way, you`ll get the maximum cpu speed and the maximum ram performance.

 

so, to properly answer your question, FSB increase has "more" impact upon stability, as it affects more components. increasing the cpu multiplier affects the CPU only.

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