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 Low Base Clock and High Multiplier Forum SolvedCPU performance upgrade => base clock or final (multiplied) clock? Forum SolvedHigh vs Low CPU Multiplier Forum SolvedIntel 4670k Overclocking: Base Clock Frequency or Multiplier? Forum SolvedAsus p8z68 v pro overclocking base multiplier issue Forum SolvedCPU multiplier settings Forum SolvedCPU-Z states that my CPU multiplier for my AMD II x4 965 is limited to 17 Forum Solvedcpu Multiplier set to 43 in bios but only goes up to 4099 mhz on full load. Forum SolvedCPU Multiplier Error Forum SolvedHow do I change my CPU multiplier? Forum SolvedCPU capped at 35x multiplier after playing with throttlestop Forum SolvedCPU Multiplier Lock? Forum SolvedHow to overclock CPU multiplier on Intel DZ75-ml-45k board? Forum Solvedsystem will be shutdown with even standard voltage +multiplier setting of CPU. Forum Solved4770K+ MSI G45 Gaming not allowing CPU OC Multiplier Increase Forum SolvedCPU Multiplier Issue Forum SolvedIntel Turbo Boost Technology and CPU Multiplier Forum Solvedcpu multiplier problem Forum SolvedMax multiplier for my cpu is only x39 and no cpu voltage control. Forum SolvedOverclocking a locked multiplier CPU (i5 3470) Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !