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    Lightbulb Multiplier have aything to do with Voltages?

    Hii guys!!.... i was wondering if the multiplier of a cpu (e6600) have anything to do with voltages. Because my e6600 atm is running @ 3.65ghz, and i wanna go for higher, but my voltage is around 1.55.

    Do you think if i lower my multiplier and get higher FSB, i don't need to raise my voltage? or if i raise FSB i have to raise the voltage.

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    Generally speaking, higher FSB's require higher voltages.

    However........in your circumstance, it's probably a moot point. 3.65ghz for an E6600 and 1.55v is pretty much at its limit.......you're likely not gonna get any higher unless you start using Phase cooling or chilled water at least. The voltage required and resulting heat produced rises exponentially the higher you go, so your "returns" on your overclock will diminish the higher you go and the risk of failure also increases.

    Honestly, your best bet is to either let it sit where it is, or else just buy a better processor and overclock that. You'll get far better results at a far cheaper cost

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    WOW!!..... nice reply! thanks man.. so the multiplier has nothing to do with the voltages..

    xD thank for replying

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