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post #31 of 39
good luck - just don't kill it......
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I tried the BSEL mod and it still didn't up my FSB in windows. So i removed the CPU and got all the silver stuff of the chip and I will quit now! Everest says my board supports 800mhz ram and also 1366 FSB which is pretty good, too bad they lock that **** up.

After i removed all the stuff of the chip I realized that I had speedstep still enabled, would this cause the FSB changes not to register? Do i need to reink with speedstep disabled?
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If you really want to overclock that chip, then just put everything back in and try it with speedstep disabled.

That is the only way to find out.
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Still - if the chip was fully loaded when CPU-Z was open [eg whilst running prime] the cpu would be at 100% and speedstep wouldnt effect it
If at idle - speedstep would effect the clock speed - but the FSB would still rise even with speedstep on
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Still - if the chip was fully loaded when CPU-Z was open [eg whilst running prime] the cpu would be at 100% and speedstep wouldnt effect it
If at idle - speedstep would effect the clock speed - but the FSB would still rise even with speedstep on
Yeah thats what I thought.
Do you think its possible this Lenovo/Intel MB still won't allow an override of the FSB?
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maybe try a sofware-based FPS increase?
     
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Only if your motherboard supports the higher FSB.
that DOESNT matter. look at it this way. EX: the intel X38 motherboard only SUPPORTS 1333fsb, but if you dropped a QX9770 in there, with a 1600FSB, it would work FINE, even though it might say otherwise on their website, plenty of people have done things like that. the FSB speed doesnt neeed to be supported.
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that DOESNT matter. look at it this way. EX: the intel X38 motherboard only SUPPORTS 1333fsb, but if you dropped a QX9770 in there, with a 1600FSB, it would work FINE, even though it might say otherwise on their website, plenty of people have done things like that. the FSB speed doesnt neeed to be supported.
Not true. That may work sometimes but it does NOT work all the time. The FSB speed DOES need to be supported. You may get lucky but the specs are there for a reason. (even though they may not be correct 100% of the time)

What you're saying is that any LG775 board can support any LG775 processor no matter the bus speeds. -And that is false.
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that DOESNT matter. look at it this way. EX: the intel X38 motherboard only SUPPORTS 1333fsb, but if you dropped a QX9770 in there, with a 1600FSB, it would work FINE, even though it might say otherwise on their website, plenty of people have done things like that. the FSB speed doesnt neeed to be supported.
Well, that's like a $250 motherboard that can easily do 1600MHz. The OP is using an OEM motherboard that is not meant to go at all beyond the rated speed.

And what TheEddie said.

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Not true. That may work sometimes but it does NOT work all the time. The FSB speed DOES need to be supported. You may get lucky but the specs are there for a reason. (even though they may not be correct 100% of the time)

What you're saying is that any LG775 board can support any LG775 processor no matter the bus speeds. -And that is false.
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