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Have you tried ClockGen?

EDIT: Nvm only works with XP, try OverDrive, it might work http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_overdrive.aspx

EDIT #2: Or try SetFSB: http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/
Edited by coltsrock - 6/22/08 at 10:52am
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Desert, have you had a chance to look in the Coding and Programming section?

WWWWHHHAAAAAAATTTTTT?!?!?!?!

There is a coding and programming section?!?! HOW THE BLEEP DID I MISS THAT! LOL. Thanks for all teh replies so far, and +rep for pointing out somethign really obvious
    
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WWWWHHHAAAAAAATTTTTT?!?!?!?!

There is a coding and programming section?!?! HOW THE BLEEP DID I MISS THAT! LOL. Thanks for all teh replies so far, and +rep for pointing out somethign really obvious
Look at my above post
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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.
I only know Visual Basic and a little bit of C++... so it's out of my league.
post #15 of 17
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Yeh sorry, i've made it sound too complicated lol. I don't want a programme that changes the FSB, i want one that loads a sequence of files in a particular programme.

Colt: I am just looking through teh custom rules section of nTune to see if there is any way of doing it with the existing software i have on my PC. Then i'll try that SETFSB.exe

P.S how's the 4850? Didn't want to wait to see how good the 4870 was then?
    
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Honestly, there's gotta be a better way to do this than with nTune. nTune is like a cancer for computers. Once you have it (and use it), it's just a matter of time until your Windows installation becomes corrupted.

For some reason, once nTune reaches an unstable OC, it tends to crash your system, but it seems to crash a lot harder than the usual bluescreen.. It tends to take out your hard drive with it. (This has personally happened to me twice, and I've read countless reports of the same thing happening to other people on these forums.)
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Any Idea if the new nTune is any more stable than the old one (TBH it just looks like a facelift, but who knows...)

SETFSB is a fail.

Doesn't recognise the Dell motherboard and so can't detect current clocks, so it won't let me change anything. oh well. Guess I'm back to "OC only gained me 0.4GHZ and an extra 100mhz on the RAM - its not worth the hassle of OC'ing via software" mind-frame.

Rest assured though, i will be back (when nehalem arrives) asking "which motherboard?" and then i will actually get to OC via BIOS and it might actually be a success if nTune and Dell aren't involved...
Edited by desertmonk - 6/22/08 at 11:26am
    
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