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Asus P5W DH Deluxe clock chip

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Been trying to find this, but unsuccessful.
Tried ClockGen with the closest match chip for P5W DH (ICS 954123), and a tiny (everything is relative :-) ) change in clock from 400 to 413 MHz locked my PC up (going from 3.2GHz to 3.3)

Anyone know which clock chip this MB has?

Note: using Promo Corsair mem, and didnt't change any other parameters. One would think that the mem chips would take a +3% overclock.

(This Corsair chip businezz is really annoying, just goes to show that you pay for not getting your info straight before you buy).
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um what for just go into the bios and do your overclocking from that.. clockgen is a waste of time so are other software solutions.. bios all the way
    
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The assigned PLL chip per board differs, depending on their date of manufacturing (at least with ASUS and DFi).
At last five different Phase Lock Loop chip designs have been used with P5WDH motherboards, by ASUSTek.

I have a modified PLL chip on my board. I no longer hold the original version, as I found its ability to assign overclocks within my given ranges unacceptable.

I will tell you however, that it was a Winbond chip, that is as far as I had looked at it, at the time I removed it from the circuitry.

To determine the exact chip just look at the PLL chip contained within the board itself.

Give CPUFSB a try. It has a wider range of PLL options.
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I guess you could try CPUFSB like the manual says, but I have to agree with trippen. I would only use software overclocking on a prebuilt system that can't OC in the bios.

Why use software OC'ing on such a capable OC'ing board? It's generally accepted that bios OC'ing is a better, more stable way of doing it. Maybe you'll have some luck and it will work fine, but why not just let the mobo do it, as nature intended ?
    
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