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    cpuFSB

    How does this program work ? once the pll is written isnt it suposed to stay @ what you set it until you change it agian ? I'm setting mine to FSB to 133Mhz and when i restart i seen on the screen it says 350mhz still.

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    if it works, it will only when you`re in windows, i mean if you restart your computer it will be again what the bios say, this program does not write things permanently, just change fsb until restart or shut down

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    CBUFSB is lame, just use your bios.

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    Well,

    CPUFSB is only good for 2 things :

    1) Either your BIOS / MOBO jumpers does NOT provide with all the options the PLL has.... or
    2) Just to try some clock speeds in a faster way than going to BIOS.

    In any case, your setting is only valid till you reboot (or restart).

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    Originally posted by gofastman
    CBUFSB is lame, just use your bios.

    your arent very observant arent you.... if you would have looking in my sig and noticed my mobo "if you knew some stuff " about PC's you would know that my mobo dosent allow all the good stuff to be done in the bios

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