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    Quote Originally Posted by //alias
    will you be able to run a 800FSB processor on a 533 mhz mobo?

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    how? can u tell me. because i wanted to upgrade my CPU from 533 MHz to 800 MHz bus speed, but at the moment my motherboard only support 400/533 MHz. By the way my motherboard is Gigabyte GA-8INXP E7205 chipset.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crazysniper22
    how? can u tell me. because i wanted to upgrade my CPU from 533 MHz to 800 MHz bus speed, but at the moment my motherboard only support 400/533 MHz. By the way my motherboard is Gigabyte GA-8INXP E7205 chipset.
    You can run a 800 bus cpu on a 533 bus board , but it will ony run at 533 bus speeds.
    But you will also benifit from the cpu's HT thats on the 800 bus chips , but again your board and OS must also support HT
    (Hyper-Threading).
    (sorry for any misunderstanding in earlier post)


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    The review I read on Tom's Hardware Guide shows that E7205 boards do run as fast as FSB750-800MHz when overclocked. If your board has fixed AGP/PCI speeds it would be easier. If ur short in cash for now just buy the cpu and buy a new mobo later. :thumb:
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    hey bro ufuk21p, is it true that i can overclock my system and reach that speed you mentioned on your reply?

    Can you tell me, how can i do it plz! thanks in advance!

    and one more thing... can you link me to that site you're talking about, where you have read the review about mobo's having E7205 chipset. cheers!


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    http://www.tomshardware.com/

    you ought'a know that site - always a part of hardware news in some form or fashion :)

    or have you not been reading the front page of this site recently?
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    thanks man for the links!
    Aaaamm... Im new to the forum, and my connection is slow. You know... its only a typical 56K modem. So it takes quite ages to load a single page. But i'm getting DSL soon, so that i will be able to visit every room in this forum.

    Anyway :cheers:


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    one question....


    why would you bother upgrading to an 800fsb chip if you're only running it on a 533 compatible mobo?

    I mean, even if it's POSSIBLE, isn't it a bit of a waste of time?


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    thats personal mate! :laugh: obviously, thats everyones goal, to have a fast system.

    Maybe my MOBO, do only support 533 bus speed at the moment, but hey, are you gonna stay with your current system forever? :laugh: i think your answer is gonna be a big NO, obviously you don't want to be left behind to todays technology :D

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