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Overclocked a Q9300 on a P5K
  

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I overclocked my Q9300 to 3ghz putting 400 FSB with multiplicati co-efficient to 7.5. It marks on my that my FSB is at 1600MHz. My motherboard Asus P5K (P35 chip) is a FSB of 1066. I am in the process of damaging my motherboard (and worse) my components?

It is there someone proficient more than I could confirm that the proper ratio FSB / Multiplier to get to 1066 if the stay. I also saw (may be of interest) that despite the fact that I put the mutliplicater to 7.5 on CPUZ it remains to be 6.0. It would be a restraint of my motherboard ? Thank you for taking the time to read, Looking forward to your responses.

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Re: Overclocked a Q9300 on a P5K

just check the Temperature, but normally it does not risk. You have a 267MHz FSB that you have risen to 400MHz to overclock your processor, nothing special I think is a overclock all that is normal. By why against lower coefficient CPU ?

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I also saw (may be of interest) that despite the fact that I put the mutliplicater to 7.5 on CPUZ it remains to be 6.0. It would be a restraint of my motherboard ?
You throw a bench there at 6?
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Re: Overclocked a Q9300 on a P5K

Being a bench 3dmark or something like that? Je l'ai pas encore testé. I have not yet tested. Temperatures are 26-28 ° C but ca good early start and all that is running windows.

I do not think I lowered coefficient. In any case I had put in 7.5. As against the window on CPUZ it remains at 6.0. I wondered if it was a problem with the Do I make something else?

At this point I have not played with the voltages or the speed of RAM. But the question that occupied me for the first time ('m beginner) this question FSB to 1600. On my Asus P5K there is a FSB of 1066 (or came to my idea above RAM 1066 ..)
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Re: Overclocked a Q9300 on a P5K

In fact I just watch the normal Q9300 FSB is 1333 (FSB 333MHz) and the coefficient is to 7.5. The coefficient drops to 6 which is normally when the CPU does not work (it starts at rest)

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On my Asus P5K there is a FSB of 1066 (or came to my idea above RAM 1066 ..)
Where? The P5K is a motherboard with an FSB of 1600 max normally. The BIOS of your motherboard is it updated ?

on the Asus site it says:
"The Intel P35 Express Chipset is the latest chipset designed to support the next generation 45nm CPU; and up to 8GB of dual-channel DDR2 800/667 MHz memory architecture. It also supports 1600/1333/1066/800 FSB (Front Side Bus), PCI Express x16 graphics and multi-core CPUs."
And if the 1066 FSB and 1066 of the RAM it has absolutely nothing to do.
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Ah yes - you're right. I had to hover over the frequency of RAM and I am confound. Pardon my fault. I will download 3dmark with me later and I see what it is - Thanks for your responses.
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