Today, I wanted to overclock my computer to get better performance. I selected my PLL and clicked 'Get FSB' with 'Ultra' checked. I dragged the slider to the right to make the numbers in the green box go from 151/760 to 201/760 and clicked 'Set FSB'. I anticipated the increase of the core speed(or whatever that is) shown at the bottom right hand corner of the program to increase, but it did not. I tried increasing the number in the green box by 100 and nothing happened too. Could anyone help me? Thanks in advance.
EDIT: Oh, and my PLL is SLG505YC264BT, computer model is HP Workstation xw4600 base unit. I'm not sure if this is because my computer is manufactured by HP.
Reply to alphasurfer
More aboutsetfsb effect
Don't even bother.
Reply to amuffin
Nonsense, you can overclock the xw4600 with SetFSB
The PLL for the xw4600 is CV183APAG, the one you listed is incorrect that's why you couldn't get it working.