Ok hmm I was wondering is it safe if i have a stock 2.0ghz 3800+ dual core OCing to 2.2ghz x 10 multiplier and a HTT of 5x. That will give me 2200mhz (2x 1100mhz) data rate correct. In Sandra sisoftware under performance tips it said "Memory bus exceeds memory rated speeds. Reduce FSB/memory multiplier? It will cause unstableness? What if everything is stable? /wacko.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='wacko.gif' />
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honestly, dont go above 5% your Hyper Transport. really not recommend. and even running it below 2,000, a bit chunk below, say 1,800mhz, you still wont notice any difference. simply put, the HyperTransport is NOT the bottleneck in Athlon64. there is sooooo much room that any HT speed will probably be fine. I'd say lower it to 4x.
yeah, its been proven increasing it has zero effect, so just get it to boot/work and you are OK
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