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post #11 of 30
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What do I put for the Clock Generator on the CPU overclocking of SysTool?
post #12 of 30
You need to locate the PLL chip on your mobo..and get the number off of it. It should have a ICS xxxxxxx number similar to the numbers you can select from in the options screen for Clockgen.
post #13 of 30
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okay... be back in a bit
What does it look like?
post #14 of 30
uh, instea of By SPD and Auto by speed can you set all that to manual..

Are you running a FSB divider?
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Originally Posted by MGX1016 View Post
uh, instea of By SPD and Auto by speed can you set all that to manual..

Are you running a FSB divider?
Yes and what is a FSB divider
post #16 of 30
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Yes and what is a FSB divider
A Ratio of FSB:RAM.

Say your ram is at 400 (DDR2-800)
And you drop your Multi and raise your CPU FSB to 400 you run a 1:1 ratio but if you don't do that it runs at like a 4:5 ratio or something and sets the speed of ram based on FSB.

Can you up / down FSB and see if your RAM speed changes. .
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post #17 of 30
Quote:
A Ratio of FSB:RAM.

Say your ram is at 400 (DDR2-800)
And you drop your Multi and raise your CPU FSB to 400 you run a 1:1 ratio but if you don't do that it runs at like a 4:5 ratio or something and sets the speed of ram based on FSB.

Can you up / down FSB and see if your RAM speed changes. .
Uhhh...check the 1st post there bub...no OC options!

The PLL IC is about the size of a stamp...and should either be on the lower portion of the mobo, near your pci slots..or up by the RAM. I'll see if I can find a pic..
post #18 of 30
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I think I know what you are talking about. But it doesn't have any of the numbers on it.
post #19 of 30
they look like this->Attachment 51443 This one says ITE on the top...you see.
post #20 of 30
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Okay, it says:
ITE
IT8705AF
0550-GXS
7M25L2
That does not match any of the clock generators in the SysTool. Biostar is not listed in this.
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