Ok the first thing first, I DO NOT EXCEPT ANY RESPONSIBLITY FOR DAMAGE OR PROBLEMS CAUSED BY USING THIS GUIDE.
I got about 10 request over the past week, on how did I overclock my CPU. So I thought I'd put it in a guide.
Note: ClockGen overclocks the FSB which means the entire system is pretty much "overclocked, the hdd, cpu, ram, gpu, everything runs at higher clocks. Just be careful that you do not overclock too high because the hard drives may not be able to cope and the system will crash and you might think it was because of something else that could not hold the new clock frequencies." [quote from ARGH]
You may want to just use Clockgen while gaming and then reset it for normal use.
First thing find a copy of Clockgen 1.0.5.X, CPUID
seems to have stopped offering it. I would google it or hit the Torrents. Avoid toggle.com it is not the real version.
Start ClockGen. Click PLL Setup
Under Clock Generator Setup
choose ICS 950405
Now click Read Clocks
Select the 10th Hexcode, in the figure it reads 7E. The Hex Value
box under IC Dump
Change the Hex Value
Click Apply Selection
then Update Selection
Close the PLL Setup
Click PLL Control
Click the CPU Meter
Use the slider in the Selection
area and adjust it your desired speed.
I recommend the following settings:
CPU 2.0ghz change to 2161.25
CPU 2.16ghz change to 2333.86
CPU 2.33ghz change to 2424.94
Close the PLL Control
Click Apply current settings at startup
. This allows ClockGen to apply the new speed on start up of the OS.
Close the Options dialog.
To verify the Speed do the following:
You should notice the new speed in the CPU Meter.