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Is there anyway to unlock votage settings, fsb settings to overclock or is there anyway to overclock intel d915gav M.board?

Are there any software like AI overclock for intel boards?
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Is there anyway to unlock votage settings, fsb settings to overclock or is there anyway to overclock intel d915gav M.board?

Are there any software like AI overclock for intel boards?
I am afraid that there is no known way to unlock voltage settings on a board made by Intel. There are ways however to overclock Intel motherboards, this is done by using software overclocking applications.

The following are applications that you can use to try to overclock your system with:
ClockGen
CPUFSB
SoftFSB

Download one of these and see if they can overclock your system for you. As you can not set any of the advanced options im afraid you will not get very far with your overclock but its beter than nothing. Be warned that if you select the wrong board or PLL chip then you can crash the system and possibly even cause permanent damage to it.

If you don't know your board or can't find it you will need to find the PLL chip, look here for info: http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM
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I am afraid that there is no known way to unlock voltage settings on a board made by Intel. There are ways however to overclock Intel motherboards, this is done by using software overclocking applications.

The following are applications that you can use to try to overclock your system with:
ClockGen
CPUFSB
SoftFSB

Download one of these and see if they can overclock your system for you. As you can not set any of the advanced options im afraid you will not get very far with your overclock but its beter than nothing. Be warned that if you select the wrong board or PLL chip then you can crash the system and possibly even cause permanent damage to it.

If you don't know your board or can't find it you will need to find the PLL chip, look here for info: http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM
My board is "Intel D915GAV", Below is link to the page of this MB @ Intel Site
http://www.intel.com/products/mother...5gav/index.htm

Ohh I forgot this, My CPUs temp goes upto more than 70C is it ok if i overclock this?
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Originally Posted by The_Manual
I am afraid that there is no known way to unlock voltage settings on a board made by Intel. There are ways however to overclock Intel motherboards, this is done by using software overclocking applications.

The following are applications that you can use to try to overclock your system with:
ClockGen
CPUFSB
SoftFSB

Download one of these and see if they can overclock your system for you. As you can not set any of the advanced options im afraid you will not get very far with your overclock but its beter than nothing. Be warned that if you select the wrong board or PLL chip then you can crash the system and possibly even cause permanent damage to it.

If you don't know your board or can't find it you will need to find the PLL chip, look here for info: http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM
Is this "PPL"?
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What do you think?
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My board is "Intel D915GAV", Below is link to the page of this MB @ Intel Site
http://www.intel.com/products/mother...5gav/index.htm

Ohh I forgot this, My CPUs temp goes upto more than 70C is it ok if i overclock this?
First of all yes that looks like your PLL chip

As for 70C that is very high for your CPU to run at, its above what we recommend here (which is 65C), however it will be alright.

As increaseing the clock speed does not increase the CPU temperature that much I would proceed with overclocking your computer, if however the temperature does decide to dramatically increase (very unlikely) then I would bring it back down.
Two new thnigs to invest in are a new cooler and a new motherboard
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First of all yes that looks like your PLL chip

As for 70C that is very high for your CPU to run at, its above what we recommend here (which is 65C), however it will be alright.

As increaseing the clock speed does not increase the CPU temperature that much I would proceed with overclocking your computer, if however the temperature does decide to dramatically increase (very unlikely) then I would bring it back down.
Two new thnigs to invest in are a new cooler and a new motherboard
So what software do you recommend to use...Depending on my ppl?

& as i heard saw the less temp give much speed, like -140c gives 40% more speed so what do you recommend to drop down temp to at least about 20C?
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So what software do you recommend to use...Depending on my ppl?

& as i heard saw the less temp give much speed, like -140c gives 40% more speed so what do you recommend to drop down temp to at least about 20C?
It totally depends on your PLL chip, if it can be done I would recommend using ClockGen as I find it to be the best out of the lot

As for dropping temperatures because of how the hardware is built I would drop it down to at least 50C during 100% load for best results. Supposedly hardware works better when its cooler which is why Phase Change is so good, this is true but I have never noticed this myself to be honest.

Now the point which will work will be Thermal Throttling (TM1). This can insert idle clock cycles into the CPU's work load reducing temperature but decreasing performance to do it. If this activates then your in trouble
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Originally Posted by The_Manual
It totally depends on your PLL chip, if it can be done I would recommend using ClockGen as I find it to be the best out of the lot

As for dropping temperatures because of how the hardware is built I would drop it down to at least 50C during 100% load for best results. Supposedly hardware works better when its cooler which is why Phase Change is so good, this is true but I have never noticed this myself to be honest.

Now the point which will work will be Thermal Throttling (TM1). This can insert idle clock cycles into the CPU's work load reducing temperature but decreasing performance to do it. If this activates then your in trouble
Thanks for the help man....
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