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what is the best OC'ing program EVER?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by tylerward, Sep 9, 2008.

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    tylerward New Member

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    nTune sucks balls, all those SEEPROM errors that popup and it never loads the profiles, it's a piece of crap. I've done my homework and investigated about 15 possible programs. All I need to do is change my FSB.
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    If your talking about mobo/cpu/ram Ocing. Then the best ever is the BIOS, hands down.
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    my bios is locked.
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    are you using a dell or something?
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    I had an ecs (acer) board once which had a locked bios.
    Once I found the correct clock generator pll I could use speedfan.
    Systool worked even easier at that time.
    Its not the most perfect way to oc but it should work.
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    Too bad laptops are locked to overclock or Id be juicing this one up

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