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Adjusting the LDT (P5N-D)

I'm overclocking my E8400 to 3.6ghz on P5N-D and I am wondering how I should adjust the LDT and what the LDT even is. By default it is set at 5x, and I can successfully overclock to 3.6ghz without adjusting it. Will I get better performance if I adjust the LDT, and which way should I adjust it?
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  1. anyone know the answer?
  2. I looked in my eVGA 680i manual and didn't see anything resembling "LDT". Is this in your BIOS?

    My basic attitude toward BIOS settings is that if I do not understand what something does, I leave it alone.
  3. Yea it's in bios.
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    Lightning Data Transfer

    Lowering it may improve system stability, but you're not overclocking enough to worry about it.
  5. I'm running a 3.6ghz overclock right now. IntelBurnTest says its stable, but it has crashed a couple times running BC2, so maybe I will try lowering it.
  6. Best answer selected by phantomtrooper.
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