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Thread: OC limits?




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    What is the most likely oc ability/limit for the 2.4c & 2.6c procs on Asus flagship P4C800-E mobo combined with two sticks of

    Corsair XMS PRO4000 DDR-DIMM 512MB, 3-4-4-8, 500MHz, with LED..:?:

    Hard to tell I guess but any estimation..:confused:

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    http://www.cpudatabase.com/CPUdb/

    Some of the users post some of the system specs.
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    I have never seen a 2.4 that wouldnt do 250fsb, its pretty much guaranteed if you have the right board to support it. Since you have the best overclocking board (320+) you could probably find the max of that CPU. That's gonna depend on when/where it was made.

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    Thx guys for you help, but is pc4000 mem needed to make the most out of those cpu's or is the cheaper 3200 or 3500 enough as I never tolerate any form of instability what so ever..

    :cheers:

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    hey soulburner im glad to be the 1st who cant make 250 on a 2.4c. mine tops out at 239
    ASUS P4S800 motherboard
    P4 2.4ghz 800mhz fsb HT @ 2.84
    geiL 512 PC3200 RAM
    80GB 7200RPM HDD
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    Your CPU isn't the problem though. I would be willing to bet it has more in it. Yours doesn't count :)

    To answer the question about PC4000, if you want to run the good 1:1 ratio of FSB : DDR then yes it makes a lot of sense to get the fastest memory possible. If it can't keep up, you will have to use the 5:4 divider, or in some cases even 3:2 if you have slower memory.

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