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How do i set Core clock up in SetFSB

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You shouldn't use software to overclock, it's very unstable. Use BIOS to overclock instead. Btw, if you still want to use SetFSB, you need to find the right PLL number that your mobo uses and choose it in SetFSB. Then click Get FSB and then click/slide the fsb clock to overclock
    
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It's a OEM board so i have no choice.
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you need to find the clock generator for your chipset
its the IC9****** number.
once you have the one for your chipset select it and hit get fsb button
then you can hit the + button next to the set fsb button until you have the right fsb
then hit the set fsb button to apply
    
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