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post #11 of 52
I am kind of confused. This is all I see in clockgen. I don't think it is setup.
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post #12 of 52
well the pics arent loading for me...im in class, but ill let ya know in about 10 mins when i get home.
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post #13 of 52
OK these My sound annoying but I forgot about these thread But can some post a screenie with nothing done and cpu -z right next it.
Than do something
And post a screenie with cpu-z next to it
These may help http://www.cpuid.com/clockgen.php
    
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post #14 of 52
Dont worry or mess with the PLL control...just raise clocks about 5mhz with cpu-z open
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post #15 of 52
How do I raise the clocks? I dont see the slider like you guys have.
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post #16 of 52
it doesnt change anything! in CPU-Z !!!!!!!!
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Than ir didn't change anything
    
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post #18 of 52
in the PLL setup window you need to select the PLL that the program will use to talk to your chipset.

then in the PLL control.......click the arrow at the right hand side of the top slider, you should see your fsb go up in like 0.5 Mhz per click.

then apply and run cpu-z

screen should look like this (though I did my current oc through the BIOS, clockgen does work for me.....I had my machine at 307x8.5 or something like that......same speed as I have now but my mobo limits overclocking to 300MHz so I used clockgen to take it further)

I'll redo my oc using clockgen so you can see that it actually works
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post #19 of 52
ok here's my new oc using clockgen......I havent checked stability but I know it is good because I tested it before.

my mobo is unable to clock above 300MHz so I set my mobo to 300 x8 and booted into windows. (see image 1)

then I loaded clockgen and pushed my fsb up 28MHz so it was sitting at 2.62GHz then applied and opened cpu-z (see image 2)

from memory, if you find a stable config in clockgen, when you boot into Windows it automatically gets loaded......so the only time your machine will run without the oc is during the boot......after that it should be all good.

note: check your RAM frequency before applying.....if you apply and your RAM all of a sudden becomes unstable your machine will reset.....however those settings will not get reloaded at boot.

(I only used the x8 multiplier to accentuate the increase through clockgen)

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post #20 of 52
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here we are
i tried to open cpu-z first, then clockgen, then i raised the frequecies
i got a before and after shot of the changes, nothing...

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