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Right, i have had a rather good (IMO) idea that allows me to run my rig OC'd without crashing. However i don't have the know-how to implement it.

OC'ing via BIOS is out of the question completely, so it has to be done with nTune (yes i know... at least i know for next time...) Problem is if i raise the FSB more than 5mhz each time system is very likely to hang (let-alone making the jump from 200*13 to 231*13) but i can raise it 2-4mhz at a time fine.

So, i need a .exe file that i can keep on my desktop that does this when i double click it:


Open 204.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 208.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 212.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 216.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 220.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 224.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 228.nsu with nTune.cmd
wait 5 seconds
open 231.nsu with nTune.cmd
Close programme



*2XX.nsu is the name of the profile where the FSB is 2XX. If i was provided with a programme, i am capable of openign it in notepad and inserting the file location of 2XX.nsu and nTune.cmd.


Question 1) IS THAT POSSIBLE?

2) If that is a reasonably simple 10min task it would be BLEEPING AWSOME IF SOMEONE WOULD "CREATE" THAT PROGRAMME FOR ME. p.s. it has to be functional, so idc if it doesn't have an interface as such or anything that reports back the FSB (i have cpu-z etc to do that)

Thanks for any comments in advance.
    
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that's quite a bit to ask for, i was gonna say to use amd overdrive but you have a 5000+, unless it still works im not too sure,
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I can't even imagine trying to program at a system level. It's not normal programming, that's for sure.
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I can't even imagine trying to program at a system level. It's not normal programming, that's for sure.
Its called inline assembly! And its not as hard as you'd think. Well, for the average joe schmoe its pretty much impossible, but its extremely easy for anyone who knows how a computer works.
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hmm... I see what you mean as the programme has to affect hardware not software. I asked because the idea is so simple (i've no idea how hard implementing it would be)


I spose i could set up a long chain of custom rules in nTune (load profile 204 when FSB = 200, load profile 208 when FSB = 204) but that might be hard as the custom rule arguments are quite limited.

Does AMD overdrive work with a Brsibane Athlon X2 5000, and would overdrive be a suitable method of achieving the above (bit about nTune custom rules)
    
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hmm... I see what you mean as the programme has to affect hardware not software. I asked because the idea is so simple (i've no idea how hard implementing it would be)


I spose i could set up a long chain of custom rules in nTune (load profile 204 when FSB = 200, load profile 208 when FSB = 204) but that might be hard as the custom rule arguments are quite limited.

Does AMD overdrive work with a Brsibane Athlon X2 5000, and would overdrive be a suitable method of achieving the above (bit about nTune custom rules)
P.S. if the OP is totally out of the question, then no worries. But the idea was good enough to try asking for.
    
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OC'ing via BIOS is out of the question completely, so it has to be done with nTune
Desert, is there a reason why you'd prefer nTune instead of overclocking through the BIOS? Perhaps I missed something in your post pointing out that answer. It's a lot safer to OC through the BIOS then through software not to mention the availability of options. Your less likely to run into data corruption ect.

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Desert, is there a reason why you'd prefer nTune instead of overclocking through the BIOS? Perhaps I missed something in your post pointing out that answer. It's a lot safer to OC through the BIOS then through software not to mention the availability of options. Your less likely to run into data corruption ect.

Good luck
Hes got a pre-built rig check his specs
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Desert, is there a reason why you'd prefer nTune instead of overclocking through the BIOS?
BIOS is locked. simple as that. P.S. yes i know... i will never buy an OEM PC again, i'll always build em myself with overclock-friendly components lol. One option i would have is buy a cheap DDR2 AM2 MOBO just to get an unlocked BIOS, but it is too complicated and pricey for a 0.4ghz CPU and 100mhz Ram gain over stock speeds. Still - i can't wait till next time i "need" a new PC, some GEIL DDR3, Intel Nehalem of some description etc




EDIT: I think i've worded this a bit badly, what i really need is this:

A Programme that will cause a sequence of files to be opened with another programme.
Edited by desertmonk - 6/22/08 at 10:44am
    
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Hes got a pre-built rig check his specs
Colt, ahhh thank you for pointing that out

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EDIT: I think i've worded this a bit badly, what i really need is this:

A Programme that will cause a sequence of files to be opened with another programme.
Desert, have you had a chance to look in the Coding and Programming section? Post up your question/request in there. Perhaps you might get some help

Good luck!
Edited by thlnk3r - 6/22/08 at 10:45am
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