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He has mac, duh lol jk. Anyway why dont you try overclocking it via jumber box on the motherboard.
Any idea on the specific steps to follow to get it done via jumpers ?
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I will say this about jumpers, be careful, setting the incorrect jumpers can cause physical damage to hardware, this is the same with writing an incorrect value to the Phase Lock Loop chip (PLL).

Have a read here http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM about finding your PLL chip, it is indeed possible that the application has set incorrect paramaters for your configuration thus you will need to make manual adjustements accordingly.

You should check your PLL chip, in your screenshot it shows a PLL chip manufactuered by ICS, if you find it is not then there is your instant problem, if it is then make sure it is the correct PLL chip by that manufacturer.
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