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Is there a way to make an led turn on if your cpu speed is higher then stock, and if your cpu is at stock speeds, turn another led on?
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Uh...shouldn't you know if you're OCing...?
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I thought it would be cool if you could make a little mod just for looks -_- I duno.. Foregit -_-
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post #4 of 8
I guess you could make some homebrew app to run in the BIOS or something.
    
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Nothings impossible but it sounds pretty difficult.
    
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post #6 of 8
I guess you could make some kind of program that declares an "if" statment that would detect the stock CPU speed and the clocked cpu speed to set off some kind of LED. But like it was previously stated, It would most likely have to co-operate with the bios in replacment with some other LED. Almost like the early aged "Turbo" speed button on PCs. Maybe I'll look into it a little bit more, later. Should be kind of intresting though.
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post #7 of 8
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chopes
Is there a way to make an led turn on if your cpu speed is higher then stock, and if your cpu is at stock speeds, turn another led on?
If you could tap in to your Cpu voltage your could use resisters and led's.This might be a stupid response if it is ignore me I'm Newbish!!!
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post #8 of 8
You can use a combo of something like: http://sharkacomputers.com/alusdu5drbay.html

Then, using their scripting engine, you can read performance counters and the like and display them on the LCD.
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