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Old 17th August, 2006, 05:42 PM
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The problem with the 165 is the low multiplier; If you can make 300mhz HTT
that would be cool. But my rig argued with me for the longest time @ that HTT speed. But if you can get a 170 or better yet, 175 (the 175 multli is 11) you could get some better overclocks without going so high on the HTT because of the step up in the multi.

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165 multi: 9 HTT: 200 = 1.8ghz @ 9x300 = 2700mhz
175 multi: 11 HTT: 200 = 2.2Ghz @ 11x300 = 3300mhz

However I doubt you'll be unable to got that high on the 175 without dropping the multi.

So therefore if you want to hit 3ghz, all you have to do is make 273HTT and that would put you at 3003mhz. Thats what I had to do becuase anything over 285HTT and my NF4U-D started yelling obsenity's back at me.
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Old 18th August, 2006, 06:01 PM
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Talking 175

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The problem with the 165 is the low multiplier; If you can make 300mhz HTT
that would be cool. But my rig argued with me for the longest time @ that HTT speed. But if you can get a 170 or better yet, 175 (the 175 multli is 11) you could get some better overclocks without going so high on the HTT because of the step up in the multi.

Example.

165 multi: 9 HTT: 200 = 1.8ghz @ 9x300 = 2700mhz
175 multi: 11 HTT: 200 = 2.2Ghz @ 11x300 = 3300mhz

However I doubt you'll be unable to got that high on the 175 without dropping the multi.

So therefore if you want to hit 3ghz, all you have to do is make 273HTT and that would put you at 3003mhz. Thats what I had to do becuase anything over 285HTT and my NF4U-D started yelling obsenity's back at me.

The problem with the 175 is the price tag. I was planning to spend no more than $280. Considering S&H that would leave me with about $260.
How about the manchester 4600+? No one said anything about it. Is a no so good cpu? Thanks a lot for your post.
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