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I wanted to try the software mode, I found my Clock generator model but when I try to increase FSB in either clock gen or setfsb the settings don't stick, which leads me to believe that any FSB increase is locked by the bios even with software.

AM I doing something wrong? OR is it just impossible?
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they go away after reboot
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post #23 of 39
They should work - open CPU-Z and you should see it go up in FSB and CPU Frequency - or you have the wrong clock generator
The software ones are only temporary also - you will need to do it each time you boot.
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They should work - open CPU-Z and you should see it go up in FSB and CPU Frequency - or you have the wrong clock generator
The software ones are only temporary also - you will need to do it each time you boot.
No for example, i put my FSB up to 230 and hit apply, the settings pop back to 200, nothing changes.

I'm sure its the correct clock generator. I Can't believe you are still on Scott haha, thanks for all the help today.
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post #25 of 39
It's only 7:30 pm here ......

maybe try going 5mhz at a time or try another of the programs - setFSB works for me [and my last 3 motherboards]
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It's only 7:30 pm here ......

maybe try going 5mhz at a time or try another of the programs - setFSB works for me [and my last 3 motherboards]
its weird... the other programs don't have this clock generator in it unfortunately only setFSB . My generator is ICS 9LP505-2HGLF if you care.
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post #27 of 39
Just found this and it's bad news - sorry:


http://not42.com/2008/01/10/dell-vostro-200-overclock/
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Looking deeper, it has the ICS 9LP505-2HGLF PLL generating the CPU clock. ICS kindly provided the datasheet, which shows that it is not programmable though.

Therefore using software, it is NOT possible to overclock a Dell Vostro 200. Looks like a faster processor is what is required for me. That or to make a ‘BSEL’ modification to fool the processor into running at a higher FSB etc. Think I’ll take the safe option, but the next question is just how fast a CPU will it take
So you need to do the FSB pin mod and if that dosent work well then you are stuck at stock - sorry
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post #28 of 39
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Just found this and it's bad news - sorry:


http://not42.com/2008/01/10/dell-vostro-200-overclock/


So you need to do the FSB pin mod and if that dosent work well then you are stuck at stock - sorry
That is the BSEL pin mod found here right? http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=498167

They said you can't use conductive ink? Do you think they are wrong about that?
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post #29 of 39
Looks ok and the ink i assume would be fine, just don't connect it to the pads in between the 2 your connecting - but not having done a mod like this i cannot say defiantly
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Looks ok and the ink i assume would be fine, just don't connect it to the pads in between the 2 your connecting - but not having done a mod like this i cannot say defiantly
Thanks for your help, i'll do that tomorrow and let u know how it goes, its really late here....

ONe thing I hate about these f'ing Motherboards is the screw holder underneath the CPU. if it gets loose you gotta take the whole mainboard off!
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