Overclocking tool for AMD proc? 13 replies

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Dr Zoidberg

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#1 13 years ago

Well is there a good tool so i can over clock my 1.5 gig amd anthalon 2600 to 2+ gigs?

I tried Fuzzy Logic but the GUI is messed up.




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#2 13 years ago

Check out the tutorial Reven did here... Its a sticky on the Tech Section




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#3 13 years ago
JakkcCheck out the tutorial Reven did here... Its a sticky on the Tech Section

I cant find it...




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#4 13 years ago

Real geeks use the BIOS ;) ClockGen is the non-BIOS option of choice.




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#5 13 years ago

Its the Knowledge Base, its a sticky has loadsa info in it very good i think... scroll down a bit when ur on the thread n u will c the overclocking post ;)




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#6 13 years ago
C38368Real geeks use the BIOS ;) ClockGen is the non-BIOS option of choice.

Real geeks call the BIOS, CMOS.




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#7 13 years ago

No, the CMOS means [size=-1]Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor[/size] and is the place where the BIOS settings are stored, but is not the actual BIOS. If you are looking to change subsystem functions, you use the BIOS and not the CMOS - the BIOS uses the CMOS. Please tell us whether your computer is custom-built or came from an OEM - this will help determine the type of BIOS you have and possible restrictions on overclocking.




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#8 13 years ago

So do companies like Dell, Alienware etc block overclocking or sumthin?




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#9 13 years ago

Sometimes, yes. They install BIOS software that only allows basic functions to be altered by the user. This can be fixed by updating your BIOS to a new software, but this is risky.




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#10 13 years ago

Ok and this is @ Ziodberg... Wouldn't it be dangerous overclocking 500mhz on a AMD?




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