StuG wrote:Yea, the configuration goes over how to do it. Really, you just have the amount of entries in the document that you have cores. The other great thing, is being able to individually OC cores.
Jigar wrote:Excellent, i will try and get back by tomorrow. Thanks once again.
StuG wrote:Jigar wrote:Excellent, i will try and get back by tomorrow. Thanks once again.
Tell me how it works out on your Intel core! I don't have one to test on so I am curious if you can get it working.
Jigar wrote:Updates: No go. The program just don't want to run.
StuG wrote:Jigar wrote:Updates: No go. The program just don't want to run.
What do you mean?
StuG wrote:Hmmm, how did you set it up?
Extracted the rar file in C partition in a xyz folder. Ran CMD and called that service, but no go.
Am i doing some thing wrong ? I am running Windows 7 64bit OS.
EDIT: you need to help me out here, i am not good with CMD.
Jigar wrote:Sorry for the late reply, i observed, i don't have winring, which is mentioned in the readme file. What is that ?
Jigar wrote:I am very much interested, but don't know how to use this.
Starfalcon wrote:That gigabyte software came with my X48-DQ6 board, never really used it since it was buggy and a lot of times would take quite a bit of time to ramp the processor back up to speed. It may not be work for other boards though since I believe they want it just to work with their boards...maybe need a special bios hook or sensor reading that only their boards have.
Starfalcon wrote:Well maybe, but it looks very similar to the program I have. It ramps both the voltage and CPU clock up and down with demand, but the lag time on ramping up was too annoying for me to use it. The program from gigabyte came out back in late 07, so it has been around for quite some time.
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