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Old 1st February, 2004, 06:11 AM
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P4 Canterwood Mommy boards' usual FSB limit, what are they

Say.. with the recent, famous 875 intel P4 platform with the 800mhzFSB CPU, what's the highest stable FSB most of you have reached? Of course with the CPU total clockspeed not bottenecked. Is it 300FSB or what.. don't forget... I'm talking about stability.. not the "one time" bench show.
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Say.. with the recent, famous 875 intel P4 platform with the 800mhzFSB CPU, what's the highest stable FSB most of you have reached? Of course with the CPU total clockspeed not bottenecked. Is it 300FSB or what.. don't forget... I'm talking about stability.. not the "one time" bench show.
So far Im running at 240fsb 24/7 with absolutely no problems, havent tried any more really, did try 250 @ 1/1 but caused a big no no, still trying to get to grips with the change from nf2 to p4, although im using 865 so this may not count, although am due some pc4000 ram soon hopefully that will boost things?
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thanks for your post Bradmax. Feel free to post any overclock improvements later on.

Anybody else please feel free to post yours too.
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thanks for your post Bradmax. Feel free to post any overclock improvements later on.

Anybody else please feel free to post yours too.
Just to let you know this mem would only do 215 in the nf7s, im still and amd fanboy though
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i'm doing 250fsb on my 2.4C 100% stable with ram on 5:4, its folding alot so i dont want to push it to hard, it will do more around 265fsb i'm just comfortable as is.
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was a rev1.0 board but that died for an unkown cause.
its usually dependant on cpu not board how high a fsb you can get with most chips doing 3Ghz easily and begining to hit the wall on air at about 3.3Ghz

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exactly...

that's what i knew.. for air cooling guys, it would be more difficult to find out the wall for FSB clocking. It would be better if some of you are phase change cooling the cpu to find out what FSBs they can hold..
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