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Did anyone gain anything from running ntune? I see its going to take 3 hours(fine tune) and it looks to be changing all kinds of timings and bus speeds. Im hoping it does something good because im running an nforce mobo and it seems to have full control over it. It seems the control panel will let me adjust the cpu from windows as well. This should be interesting.
    
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No......did I say no?.........I meant to say hell no!!

Edit... Do not use it to overclock. Disable it in your bios and use the bios to overclock. Read the FAQs on overclocking in here and go from there.
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Ok then why did it raise my pcie/bus speed to 3000 from 2500 stock? It raised my fsb from 201 to 217. Whats the point then?
    
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Just watch your cpu temp. you don't want a Xp running over 60 degrees.
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Ok then why did it raise my pcie/bus speed to 3000 from 2500 stock? Whats the point then?
Read edit of my post above.
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Just sit the ride out, Ntune uses complicated calculations to tweak your system.

Let Ntune do it's magic
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I can tell you that nothing is stock on this machine it was an overclockers special barebones unit. The only thing I bought seperate was the MSI 8600gt. Im overclocking my wifes comp (shes at work hehe.) Its close to 2.4 gigahertz now after an hour. I had to stop she came home. I will continue tonite.

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