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post #11 of 121 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 06:09 PM
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Just a thought.... do you plan on placing this in a more appropriate location? I'm afraid no one will ever find it in this section.

You know you are living in 2012 when... Every commercial on television has a web site at the bottom of the screen.
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Just a thought.... do you plan on placing this in a more appropriate location? I'm afraid no one will ever find it in this section.
It'll most likely end up in the "Software" Section soon enough...

I placed it here for the extreme guys who will most likely be using this more often then the regular Overclocker.

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Don't let me forget to sticky this in a week or so Mega, I want to let it bounce around down here for a while so everyone will see it first.

Hey Juggalo did a real nice "Suggested Cases for WC'ing " thread, he did a real nice job of it to..

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I use this for all my overclocking

Re-booting all the time is a pain so I use this to find out where my limit is on the settings I have set in the BIOS, once it BSOD's I jump right into the BIOS and adjust my settings again! I did not even have a pencil/hard mod done on my DS3L and I was still able to get it close to ~580 FSB, which would normally be impossible on this board without the mod. I love software for overclocking sometimes!!!
Yeah I bet that would work well like that. I honestly just haven't played around with it much, I might learn to like it in time! I usually have a lot of extra time to play around with mine and work up higher OC's to start with to on TEC and phase, so I already have a good idea of how it's likes to be clocked at it's upper ranges. If I didn't have all that spare time I'd probably use it more..


Anyone have any idea of what it is for the DFI NF4 Ultra D. I just hooked my NF4 rig and didn't even look for my PLL chip # first.....

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Sometimes you haven't your clockgenerator on the list, but one of avaiblable works.

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Yeah I bet that would work well like that. I honestly just haven't played around with it much, I might learn to like it in time! I usually have a lot of extra time to play around with mine and work up higher OC's to start with to on TEC and phase, so I already have a good idea of how it's likes to be clocked at it's upper ranges. If I didn't have all that spare time I'd probably use it more..


Anyone have any idea of what it is for the DFI NF4 Ultra D. I just hooked my NF4 rig and didn't even look for my PLL chip # first.....
You should give it a try if you have the chance

We all have our own ways of doing things though... I just told you mine, use it as you wish, if not, it is definitively not the end of the world


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You should give it a try if you have the chance

We all have our own ways of doing things though... I just told you mine, use it as you wish, if not, it is definitively not the end of the world
I hope not........

Still haven't found the code for that NF4, I'll get the PLL # when I break it down to proof it, though it's probably not likely anyone else will need it....

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Often, several will work. If you don't see your board it can work to simply try one, click "get FSB", and see if the settings it reads match what you put in BIOS.

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The way to organize their site is horrible. I hate it. Makes a 5 minuite job an hour. I still don't know how to.
EDIT: Anyone know a way to OC my HP Desktop with setfsb? I don't want to flash my bios.
I have an Intel Q6600 Quad Core, and an ASUS IPIBL-LB motherboard. Just wanna squeeze a little more juice out of my proccessor.

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