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Hello everybody! I jumped on the Llano wagon as well and I'm quite surprised to say the least I'm currently testing an A6-3650 on a Gigabyte A75M-UD2H for a review. Everything's perfect, I've learned the system and its "tricky" spots, I've already hit 2500MHz RAM with air-cooled CPU/RAM and I was about to move to SingleStage testing @ -40*C. What's my problem? Using an 8800GT I can hit around 145MHz FSB on air-cooling, maybe a little bit more. Using the 6530D though (iGPU on A6-3650), the last stable FSB frequency is 120MHz FSB sharp, which means that GPU tops at 444MHz (stock) *+ 20% = 532MHz core clock. I've seen others on hwbot benching on air with > 140MHz FSB while still using the intergrated GPU. How is this possible? I've tried everything, from voltages and CPU/RAM multipliers to VGA RAM size, EHCI Async Data Cahce and stuff - whatever I could find @ BIOS I already tried. Can you help me out a bit? Maybe it's something I missed, I dont know... Maybe it's the fact that I use the VGA output of the UD2H and not the DVI one? I've tried PCI-Express up to 120MHz but still I can't manage to get more than 120MHz FSB using the iGPU How are these guys for example manage to hit such FSB on air-cooling with the iGPU: 1) http://hwbot.org/submission/2205735_delly_3dmark_vantage___performance_radeon_hd_6530d_4632_marks 2) http://hwbot.org/submission/2198558_xoqolatl_3dmark11___performance_radeon_hd_6530d_1169_marks 3) http://hwbot.org/submission/2198114_rebelion_3dmark11___performance_radeon_hd_6530d_1066_marks Just to clarify, I'm not questioning the above-mentioned scores. There must be some trick though for such high FSB. I find it hard that my chip's iGPU craps out at 120MHz FSB.