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Originally Posted by Schmuckley View Post

No..you can software overclock..Maybe not much..unless you can add cpu voltage in the BIOS
Download setfsb
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LOL,Forgot about that one.

Link to Setfsb:
http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/
http://majorgeeks.com/SetFSB_d5965.html
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/SetFSB.shtml
Edited by AMOCO - 3/21/12 at 12:07pm
post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by napalmo0 View Post

So with that program I can add cpu voltage in my BIOS?

no, they are posting stuff that they dont even use anymore and its not going to give u stable overclock since you can't adjust voltages or ram timings.

just get a new processor, u can mess with those programs for a week if u want and get nowhere, just letting u know.

If you could get the results u wanted through software I would walk you through every step, but u cant.

You can overclock the gpu alot easier however, download msi afterburner and play with that.
    
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So I also shouldn't use this SetFSB program?
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So I also shouldn't use this SetFSB program?

its really meant to maybe give u a 100 mhz stable overclock at best, that is nothing in terms of frame rates and will most likely cause a bluescreen or your computer to lock up. If Clockgen or SetFSB worked like they should I would use it myself, you maybe could find someone who has your exact computer and type in overclocking, they might have the exact settings u need to use, which includes editing hex number,etc.


You can play with it but i would just mess with MSI Afterburner and overclock your gpu, look what kind of overclocks people are getting with the 5770 and base your overclocks around that

To test GPU stability download a program called Furmark and let it run for a few hours.

Good Luck.
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its really meant to maybe give u a 100 mhz stable overclock at best, that is nothing in terms of frame rates and will most likely cause a bluescreen or your computer to lock up. If Clockgen or SetFSB worked like they should I would use it myself, you maybe could find someone who has your exact computer and type in overclocking, they might have the exact settings u need to use, which includes editing hex number,etc.
You can play with it but i would just mess with MSI Afterburner and overclock your gpu, look what kind of overclocks people are getting with the 5770 and base your around that
To test GPU stability download a program called Furmark and let it run for a few hours.
Good Luck.

Ok, I'll just leave overclocking my CPU then.
Thanks for all the help you guys.

Regards.
post #26 of 30
I have a Pentium Dual Core E5300 R0 just like yours with the exact same VID of 1.2875 v and I have it overclocked to 3.0 Ghz with a 1200 Mhz FSB on stock voltage. The problem with that SetFSB program is that it will most likely overclock your RAM too, and that is not going to get you far. In my case I've got the E5300 in a Gigabyte EP43-DS3, where I can adjust the CPU multiplier (which I did), and the RAM multiplier (which I did, to keep the RAM working at the default 800 Mhz).
 
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Find out if your motherboard will take 266MHz (1066 quad pumped) FSB processors. If it does, you can always do a BSEL mod to your chip, to change it from 200 to 266Mhz FSB. Which would in turn give you 3.45GHz. Assuming of course the chip can do that on stock volts (most of those e5200's could).
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I have a Pentium Dual Core E5300 R0 just like yours with the exact same VID of 1.2875 v and I have it overclocked to 3.0 Ghz with a 1200 Mhz FSB on stock voltage. The problem with that SetFSB program is that it will most likely overclock your RAM too, and that is not going to get you far. In my case I've got the E5300 in a Gigabyte EP43-DS3, where I can adjust the CPU multiplier (which I did), and the RAM multiplier (which I did, to keep the RAM working at the default 800 Mhz).

What exactly do you want to say with that tongue.gif?
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Find out if your motherboard will take 266MHz (1066 quad pumped) FSB processors. If it does, you can always do a BSEL mod to your chip, to change it from 200 to 266Mhz FSB. Which would in turn give you 3.45GHz. Assuming of course the chip can do that on stock volts (most of those e5200's could).

I don't really know what you mean with that :$

Sorry, I'm not really a tech guy :S
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What exactly do you want to say with that tongue.gif?
I don't really know what you mean with that :$
Sorry, I'm not really a tech guy :S

1st guy
basically saying he was able to overclock because he has the board to do it.

2nd guy was saying u can modify ur cpu itself by covering certain pins up


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I wouldn't recommend doing a BSEL mod unless you were 110% comfortable with it, and okay with the risk of losing your equipment due to failure of the mod. But it IS just about the only option of overclocking on those OEM motherboards. It's either that or SetFSB.
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