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AMD Overdrive, Nvidia ESA/nTune, Intel ???

post #1 of 7
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Well,

AMD Overdrive
Nvidia nTune / ESA
Intel ?=?

..

I simply cannot find a single tool for Intel boards to adjust FSB. Intel Desktop Control Center only works on 2 boards as far I've tested on ASUS boards or 3rd party boards it simply errors out installation.

Wouldn't install Ai Suite even, if someone would pay me a new board aaCenter, and rest of the completly idiotic driver sys files while I only need 1 signed and commandline tool to adjust will do just fine.

Also tested MSI Dual-Core optimizer, Abit uGuru & DFI motherboard utility ain't too shawy on their lair either..

..

best I have come up with has been idea of killing the signature forcing Microsoft patches & add the disable signature checks &/or test mode for self signed drivers and run 'systool' or 'RMClock', if that would work on x38/x48 boards I have absolutely no idea.

any opinions/suggests?
Edited by TwL - 6/3/08 at 4:39am
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Well, might as well add here partitial solution.

Installed newest version of Ai Suite now. deleted all Task schedules it makes and every single Autorun and seem this tool is capable of switching FSB on-fly (if you don't touch anything else). Installed also Systool on Vista Test Mode with bad results. The MSI Dual-core tool simply won't work decently on Q9xxx cores for some reason, DFI motherboard utility mixes up quite nicely on other boards (funny tool the inf's read Gigabyte, wth) and Abit uGuru didn't even detect ASUS X38 board (perhaps understandable) however that cannot do on-fly either.

Couldn't run, by any means the RMClock. Dunno test mode's didn't go through and even removal of like 6-7 ms patches pointed didn't allow loading the device driver.

Leaves still quite little choises. On my end, atm, temporal solution is Ai Suite. Hope some Wizzzard does some spells..
Edited by TwL - 6/12/08 at 8:59pm
post #3 of 7
I'm lost man... are you trying to overclock your intel integrated graphics??

If you're just tying to overclock your CPU, then use the BIOS man.... seriously
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Overclocking software is trash and should never be used.
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I know I can use BIOS, but I don't simply want to reboot for change of FSB to 'power save' or minor OCs. Of course any serious OCs would be done on BIOS without question, hehe.
post #6 of 7
Software overclocks (esp. software not designed especially for that board) are very unstable and finicky. You could quite possibly corrupt your windows install with it. That being said look for the programs SetFSB/CPUFSB/Clockgen. Look on your motherboard and find the PLL chip and get your chip number.
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Software overclocks (esp. software not designed especially for that board) are very unstable and finicky. You could quite possibly corrupt your windows install with it. That being said look for the programs SetFSB/CPUFSB/Clockgen. Look on your motherboard and find the PLL chip and get your chip number.
Yeah I know (Ai Suite actually freezes whole system when you try go anything over stock clocks). That is what sucks so hard.. AMD clocks clean through nTune or from AMD overdrive.. I do not see any difference on Intel this is simply lazyness of Intel aka. I just am unhappy customer trying to find solution.

and no.. You cannot do this on ClockGen (They dropped Clockgen at CPUID and no way old works on X38), CPUFSB does not work this board again no support for P35/X38 etc etc.. SetFSB it's same deal last supported board/winbond/chipset was ICH8 and even that's beta.

Not sure on PLL chip numbers, but I know where & how to read and where to modify the clocks and those numbers so no worries, if I ain't soon starting to find something I code it myself as an command line tool/switch integrate it to Windows Power save/performance functionality. I sended Message actually last one to 'Crystal Dew' Their CPUID tools are really up to date as far I can see and they could simply add this support to their tools. So I am atm waiting for answer from them.
Edited by TwL - 6/13/08 at 8:28am
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