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i7 2600's clock generator for FSB purposes

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Anyone know what the clock generator info is for the i7 2600? I cant figure out what it is.
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How will this help you? rolleyes.gif
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So I can adjust the clocks correctly without using the wrong clock generator info.
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post #4 of 7
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So I can adjust the clocks correctly without using the wrong clock generator info.
If you can't find the information doesn't that suggest that that data is not important to anyone ever.
post #5 of 7
Who knows? You can barely touch bclk on SB/IB so it's rather pointless...I know that's not the kind of response you want, but it is how it is.
Save and get a proper unlocked chip and a decent board (even cheap z77/z87 support ocing).
post #6 of 7
Why not just use a calculator? All you have to do is multiply the BCLK by the multiplier, that is why there is no tool for this.
post #7 of 7
He means he needs the clock generator number to change bclk in a board that doesn't support that in the bios. rolleyes.gif
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