High Base Clock/Low CPU Multiplier Tags: CPUs Intel i7 Last response: February 17, 2010 4:29 PM in CPUs Share blacksheep101 February 17, 2010 1:07:35 PM I'm running a Core i7-920. Was wondering if anyone knows of any problems or issues that can arise from using a pretty high base clock speed with a low CPU multiplier? As opposed to the normal of the highest cpu multiplier as possible and a fairly lowish base clock? Cheers More about : high base clock low cpu multiplier enzo matrix a c 131 à CPUs February 17, 2010 4:29:58 PM It'll vary. Run prime95 or similar to test stability on your CPU. memtest for ram. If you use a high base clock, you run everything else in your system faster aswell as the CPU. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumLow Base Clock and High Multiplier ForumHow high should I set multiplier on new Pentium 965EE? ForumAsus p8z68 v pro overclocking base multiplier issue ForumAmd 5200+ varying cpu multiplier !! ForumAlways maxing cpu multiplier ? ForumQ? - CPU , RAM, Quad pump, multiplier , DDR, and FSB ratios ForumCPU multiplier goes WAY HIGH ForumHigh vs Low CPU Multiplier ForumQ9450 cpu multiplier Forum3930k one core too hot for 4.8ghz OC - can't set per core multiplier ForumCPU multiplier question, P5W DH, E6600, can I change it? ForumGigabyte GA-Z86AP-D3 + 2500k multiplier won't go above 41x - why? ForumIs it normal for the max multiplier when loading web pages? Forum212 evo fan replacement ForumStock CPU Fan ForumULV CPU is lethargic ForumDetails CPU+MB Forum[Solved] Differing temps on Brisbane 5600+ new CPU ForumSure way to tell if my CPU is dead. ForumWhich CPU for gaming laptop More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !