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December 1, 2010 1:48:51 PM

Hello, my motherboard is asus p5kpl am/ps, if I overclock the fsb, is the pcie clock also increased? I do not want to increase pcie clock or speed of any other parts of the motherboard, but only the fsb, cpu clock and the ram. If I overclock the fsb all of these increase and they are upto the mark to me, they are ok, but I do not want to increase the pcie clock speed, and there is no option as such, how should I go for it? Please help..

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December 1, 2010 9:28:40 PM

Just make sure that the PCI-E clock is set to 100 and you will be all set.
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December 2, 2010 8:07:48 PM

jonpaul37 said:
Just make sure that the PCI-E clock is set to 100 and you will be all set.


how to see that? And first of all my question is not answered...please help..
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December 3, 2010 3:42:00 AM

increase multiplier CPU., this is not change or increase anything except Clock CPU, but u must increase vcore for stability !
u can check in CPU-Z
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December 3, 2010 11:32:06 AM

henydiah said:
increase multiplier CPU., this is not change or increase anything except Clock CPU, but u must increase vcore for stability !
u can check in CPU-Z


On cheap motherboards, changing fsb speed changes all other related clocks accordingly...in some cases user change only the way the other clocks change and nothing else, and in other cases user cannot even do that much. So on cheap motherboards there is just no question of being able to change different clocks seperately. So, I was just asking how can I get to see my present pcie clock and not let it change on changing my fsb clock.
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December 4, 2010 12:45:46 AM

update BIOS, next step increase multiplier !
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