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Windows 7: Need a little help with overclocking my fx-6100

02 Nov 2013   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I was thinking of dropping my 1600mhz ram to 1333 and drop the CPU multiplier and use FSB to get back to 1600mhz ram and 4.5ghzCPU , is that possible?

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 Need a little help with overclocking my fx-6100

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