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how 2 use pll on setfsb

i have msi 7641 motherboard and amd chipset RS780/880 model no... my problem is that i cant able 2 find pll on my motherboard and when i use setfsb some pll works bt when i increase them to just one point more pc hang... what should i do
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    It's the Realtek chip that's next to a crystal with a value of 14.3 MHz typed on top... On the MSI 7641 (MSI 760) it's either next to the Audio assembly (more likely) or right under the PCIe socket. Look in the cpufsb page for complete information.

    http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM
  2. Chicano said:
    It's the Realtek chip that's next to a crystal with a value of 14.3 MHz typed on top... On the MSI 7641 (MSI 760) it's either next to the Audio assembly (more likely) or right under the PCIe socket. Look in the cpufsb page for complete information.

    http://www.cpufsb.de/FSB.HTM


    i found 3 numbers on my board
    1. c516364237 1810
    2. f71868ada212lab cox700
    3.isl 63238crzr
    which is pll number in this ? and i didnt find this number on setfsb and i tried all the pll numbers of stfsb my pc hang..so what is the solution now ?
  3. It should be the number you found stamped on the chip that's next to the a crystal with a value of 14.3 MHz typed on top, probably the one shown in the image. Setfsb doesn't include every pll number, so you may have to try a different application... AMD Overdrive is much better than Setfsb... and there are more oc'ing apps out there, you have to look further if you want something as simple as Setfsb but probably none of them is more complete than AMD Overdrive.

    http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/amd-overdrive/Pages/overview.aspx

  4. Chicano said:
    It should be the number you found stamped on the chip that's next to the a crystal with a value of 14.3 MHz typed on top, probably the one shown in the image. Setfsb doesn't include every pll number, so you may have to try a different application... AMD Overdrive is much better than Setfsb... and there are more oc'ing apps out there, you have to look further if you want something as simple as Setfsb but probably none of them is more complete than AMD Overdrive.

    http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/amd-overdrive/Pages/overview.aspx


    thank u so much for ur help. yups i found the number where u showing me in the pic its one of the 3 numbers i found...so i my pll is not listed in setfsb...my badluck
    i used amdoverdrive bt its dont have option 2 increase fsb only.. it have the option 2 increase the multipler i mean cpu ratio ...bt i have seen if we overcloking by increasing fsb it works nice in gaming...my friend did with setfsb.. he become fast in game.. i used amdoverdrive and overclock my amd fx4300 to 4.5 ghx...no change i feel in game...thats y i want tool 2 increase my fsb
  5. crazybean said:
    thank u so much for ur help. yups i found the number where u showing me in the pic its one of the 3 numbers i found...so i my pll is not listed in setfsb...my badluck
    i used amdoverdrive bt its dont have option 2 increase fsb only.. it have the option 2 increase the multipler i mean cpu ratio ...bt i have seen if we overcloking by increasing fsb it works nice in gaming...my friend did with setfsb.. he become fast in game.. i used amdoverdrive and overclock my amd fx4300 to 4.5 ghx...no change i feel in game...thats y i want tool 2 increase my fsb


    I'll see if I can find some other app that can increase the fsb.. I used several of them in the past but I didn't save the links so I have to search again.... Any chance of tweaking the BIOS to achieve the same results?...

    Click here for some fsb oc'ing apps... Full description and download links. One for MSI included.
    http://www.ocinside.de/go_e.html?http://www.ocinside.de/html/links/ocsoft_links.html

    This System information application should come in handy and includes a detailed HW Temp reader which you will probably need.
    http://www.hwinfo.com/download.php

    I'd suggest you read a Overclocking Guide for AMD. You can find very usefull tips in them... One here but you can find many more out there
    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=267708
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