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Well Ive been Meaning to do this for a longtime. Software overclocks like setfsb or softsb or clockgen just dont cut it in terms of stability do they...? But if you are on a linux like OS you should be able to get direct file descriptor access to your PLL right...? how about hacking into them the right way and get Software overclocks some stability.? It really shouldnt be that hard. Has someone here already done or tried this.? I tried on my DG33FB and managed to stabilize it quite well on 3.24 Ghz by overclocking and loosening RAM to 800/5-5-5-18 and raising PLL FSB to 360. on Q6600 Revision GO . The only problems arise when sometimes im running a game on a virtual windows machine and the Loose timings start failing. Any help or ideas..?
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sorry ... just realized am not supposed to talk shop here....really really sorry
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Moved to the Intel segment
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
X4 965 ASUS M4A79 Deluxe 9800GTx2 2x2G OCZ Reapers 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
500G WD Black LiteOn CD/DVD R/W Win7 64 22'' ws Acer AL2223W 
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MS KU462 Natural SS DA750 MS 5 button 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
X4 965 ASUS M4A79 Deluxe 9800GTx2 2x2G OCZ Reapers 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
500G WD Black LiteOn CD/DVD R/W Win7 64 22'' ws Acer AL2223W 
KeyboardPowerMouse
MS KU462 Natural SS DA750 MS 5 button 
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thanks but delete that one because I already realized my mistake, saw the intel section and started another one there myself.... I hope you dont mind
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How did u over clock ?? i also have Dg33fb m/b, need help to over clock my q6600
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how experienced are you when it comes to running assembly code and instructions..?
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