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Thread: read the overclocking guide, just one Q




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    read the guide, and understood clearly the reason why we have to up the voltage when increasing the fsb and thus this causing extra heat.
    i want to know if multiplier changes are actually effective, if my xp1700+ 11*133 will become an xp1900+ when i use 12*133 settings... and how this multiplier change will increase the heating of the cpu...
    thanx in adv for replies

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    it should b/c the faster a computer runs the more heat it generates (my friend has a 3.06 HT but runs it at 2.99 b/c of his funny little case mod and freaks about the heat)
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    Here ya go... try this CPU Wattage Calculator on for size. It should help you see the wattage being put out by your processor at given settings. :D
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    that link doesn'ts uppport my processor!
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