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Northwood P4 2.4gigz

FSB 533

Multiplier 18 on an ASUS P4P800-VM

256 Sammsung DDR 400 PC3200

512 CACHE

 

 

I currently have a thermal nuke unit over my cpu with a fan in back a fan in front and 2 fans on the side of my case, they are all 120mm at 2.5k RPM, I want my CPU to run at 800FSB instead of 533FSB and I have CPUFSB configured to do it but im concerned if this is a wise choice and how long it could reduce my CPU and or Motherboard life

 

Other system specs

Radeon 9600 PRO

ATI powercase 400 powersupply

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I'm not sure what you mean by "turning it to 800FSB." Do you mean you wanna OC the FSB to a total of 800MHz? If so, you'd need a 200FSB, which would be really stretching it. If you already have your FSB at 200, and are stable with your OC, then what's the problem?

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first of all, go here and read well ;)

 

don't use cpufsb to oc your rig, use the bios

 

second of all, i find it highly unlikely that you will ever take your 133FSB to 200, and still be able to boot, let alone stable, at least without a serious cooling solution and a little luck

 

don't get too crazy, unless you can afford to replace part or all of your system on short notice :O

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