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multliplier drop from 7 to 6..

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im using e6300 and biostar Tforce 965PT mainboard..
after overclocking my proc suddenly the multliplier drop from 7 to 6..
could anybody tell me what cause this prob and how to fix this prob.. :whistling: :blink: :help:
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When you overclock your processor to a faster speed (to make the computer think its faster than it is), the raw speed is achieved by multiplying the speed of the FSB by a multiplier. Some processors have lower multipliers than others, but have a higher FSB. Likewise, others have higher multipliers, but a lower FSB.
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