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I see.I'll try to keep it below 65 and see how far it goes.Also i tried overclocking the 9400gt.At 700MHz core clock got Avg 6 Fps Increase on Split second.Guess it's not worth it after all.By the way,which is better tool to OC nVidia graphics card, EVGA Precision or nVidia system tools?And is HWMonitor good for monitoring temp?
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post #12 of 16
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I see.I'll try to keep it below 65 and see how far it goes.I also tried to OC my 9400gt.Got 6 Fps increase at 700MHz core clock in Split Second.Guess it's not worth it after all.By the way,which is the better OC tool for nVidia graphics cards, EVGA precision or nVidia System tools?also is HWmonitor OK for checking temp?
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DEADMASK, dude got same probs like you need help how did u find out ur PLL because setfsb requires PLL to overclock so dude if u could some how tell me my PLL.....My mobo-----> 0rf703 because i have a C2d 1.86ghz thinking of OC it to 2.4Ghz atleast......Dude please somehow find out my PLL...And dude 9400gt is old no use of OC it, try to get a good card like 5670 or 5770.........
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post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by TehKnighTRiDeR View Post
DEADMASK, dude got same probs like you need help how did u find out ur PLL because setfsb requires PLL to overclock so dude if u could some how tell me my PLL.....My mobo-----> 0rf703 because i have a C2d 1.86ghz thinking of OC it to 2.4Ghz atleast......Dude please somehow find out my PLL...And dude 9400gt is old no use of OC it, try to get a good card like 5670 or 5770.........
Open your case and take a look at your motherboard.The PLL chip It's usually (but not always) near a crystal that says 14.318MHz.Look for a chip with something like ICS ,RTM or SLG Mine was SLGxxxxxxxxxx.That no is your PLL no.
But as i said before i'm only a newbie at this.I also had a hard time finding my PLL at first.This guide here helped me a lot,you should read it.
http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM
Good luck finding your pll.
BTW Is that motherboard from dell?It's a Intel chipset right?
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Dude thnx the website helps alot soon i am going to open up my case and find for the pll, and my motherboard is from DELL and its an intel chipset...........

P.S dude i will look into that evga OCing problem of yours that software your asking for i will soon reply on that...And thnx again!!!!



And dude im also thinking of buying a 5670 is it compatible wth a C2D E6300 1.86Ghz with 305W......
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post #16 of 16
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AMD recommends at least 400w psu for 5670.I don't think you'll have enough power with your psu.I'll recommend getting a 450W psu.And e6300 doesn't have any compatibility issues with 5670 but you may wanna overclock it to avoid the bottleneck.
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