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Old 21st March, 2007, 11:13 AM
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PCI Bus Clock

I've just put an X2 3800+ system together for my parents. I used an Asus M2NPV-VM board which only has the most basic overclocking functionality.

I've had a tinker with it though and it seems fine at 2.4ghz for now setting the HT Multiplier to 4x, memory to DDR667 and the HT clock to 240mhz.

The Nvidia MonitorView program still shows the pci-e clock as 2.5ghz same as when the HT clock isn't overclocked but I want to check the PCI bus clock, any suggestions on a simple enough program to show what the pci clock is at?

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Old 21st March, 2007, 03:54 PM
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which clockgen is on the board? best bet is the program by the same name, clockgen
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