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I'm not sure, I have tried to use clockgen numerous times but just ends with my system freezing.
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Occasionally you will hit a few ranges on the 780 [~370-399 and 420-450mhz FSB for me] that either will not perform up to par or are just not stable at all.

ie- I loose ~2k on Read bandwidth, dropping from 450mhz to 449mhz FSB = WTH

...these 'FSB holes' need to be jumped..so dont bother attempting to scale through them.


**As for Clockgen, it will automatically pick-up the correct PLL clock for the 780i..all you need to do is raise the FSB with the slider, a few Mhz at a time and hit 'Apply'.
Dude you need to run me through clockgen like your talking to your grandma
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Ahhww...crap, you think I got a photographic memory 'er what?! ..I only run Clockgen on my 780i-cebox [which I am not currently on ].. let me go fire it up..its gonna take a minute to charge the flux capacitors.. but I'll be back with screenies.
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Ahhww...crap, you think I got a photographic memory 'er what?! ..I only run Clockgen on my 780i-cebox [which I am not currently on ].. let me go fire it up..its gonna take a minute to charge the flux capacitors.. but I'll be back with screenies.
Moar reps for you sir
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So right now i cant boot anywhere over 4.4GHz, i have my ram unlinked @ 800MHz and when i go into clockgen and try and get the thing to 5 i get black screen, same as when i aim for 4.85GHz or such. I'm booting W/ 1.69v *JaKe*
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So right now i cant boot anywhere over 4.4GHz, i have my ram unlinked @ 800MHz and when i go into clockgen and try and get the thing to 5 i get black screen, same as when i aim for 4.85GHz or such. I'm booting W/ 1.69v *JaKe*
try linking your ram on the lowest divider
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try linking your ram on the lowest divider
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Nope, it trys to boot @ stock settings (3.2GHz) when that happens..this board is kind of a pain.. *JaKe*

EDIT: This happens when booting higher than 4.4GHz
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Adjusting speeds with ClockGen in Windows:


1st: Opening ClockGen [CPU-Z shown for verification after applied changes]



2nd: Opening the 'Clocks' tab to verify correct PLL clock selection [occasionally done automatically, depending on chipset]



3rd: Adjusting PLL clock if needed [or verifying correct PLL clock selection]



4th: Adjusting FSB using the 'PLL Control' tab [just move the slider with your mouse to adjust FSB]



5th: Verification, after applying new FSB [check CPU-Z as it updates, real-time ]




..I think that should cover it..its super easy for you, using the 780i [same as pictured ]. Other chipsets, you may have to 'google' your mobo's PLL clock and select it manually in the program to have proper control.
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Adjusting speeds with ClockGen in Windows:


..I think that should cover it..its super easy for you, using the 780i [same as pictured ]. Other chipsets, you may have to 'google' your mobo's PLL clock and select it manually in the program to have proper control.
WOW and another rep for you. Whenever i try and increase it more i get a black screen..is that bad? *JaKe*
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