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Is there a software program for overclocking that allows voltage adjustments for an Acer Power FG?

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Dont have.. Its because when you'r over clocking will cause damage of the power.

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How do I increase FSB past its factory preset in my HP Pavilion 515n pc?


Some people, when their computer reaches the point that it can't run the programs it once used to, decide to toss their machine and invest in a new one. Others squeak out some extra life by overclocking their processors. While this is ideally done with hardware, for pre-built HP computers you will have to use a software option. With this minor exception, the process is still a breeze.

Download and install CPU overclocking software, such as ClockGen, SetFSB or SysTool (see Below). http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=189 http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/SetFSB.shtml http://www.techpowerup.com/systool/ While all these programs more or less work the same, for this guide we will be working with ClockGen. Boot the CPU overclocking software. Do not be alarmed if your computer momentarily slows down, as the software is reading your CPU's clock speeds. Click "PLL Control" or the equivalent in your overclocking software. This will show you several sliders for your front-side bus (FSB) and, in many cases, your PCI cards. Adjust the FSB slider. Be sure to do this slowly, as the processor will likely fail if there is a sudden speed change. For best results, use the arrows to slowly adjust the settings by one-to-two megahertz at a time. Click "Apply" frequently to set the speeds. Hope this helps.

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How do I increase FSB past its factory preset in my HP Pavilion 515n pc?


Some people, when their computer reaches the point that it can't run the programs it once used to, decide to toss their machine and invest in a new one. Others squeak out some extra life by overclocking their processors. While this is ideally done with hardware, for pre-built HP computers you will have to use a software option. With this minor exception, the process is still a breeze.

Download and install CPU overclocking software, such as ClockGen, SetFSB or SysTool (see Below). http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=189 http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/SetFSB.shtml http://www.techpowerup.com/systool/ While all these programs more or less work the same, for this guide we will be working with ClockGen. Boot the CPU overclocking software. Do not be alarmed if your computer momentarily slows down, as the software is reading your CPU's clock speeds. Click "PLL Control" or the equivalent in your overclocking software. This will show you several sliders for your front-side bus (FSB) and, in many cases, your PCI cards. Adjust the FSB slider. Be sure to do this slowly, as the processor will likely fail if there is a sudden speed change. For best results, use the arrows to slowly adjust the settings by one-to-two megahertz at a time. Click "Apply" frequently to set the speeds. Hope this helps.

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I have an acer power fg and i just installed a power supply and a new harddrive now is giving me problems to format the harddrive it says to reboot or media doesnt let me install windows xp help


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I need a network driver for my acer power FG desktop where can I download it


Go to this link to download the driver, hope this will help:

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Driver software for this pc


Go to this link to download the drivers.

http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/desktop/power_FG.html#driver

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Overclocking


I never overclock my processors... because I have fried a couple.

AND I don't really need any extra power/speed... because now I only surf the web and do some Word/Excel stuff and my duo core Intel chip is awesome for that.

So - first: I don't recommend it.

But - second: there are some good sources on the web about it...

Do you know how to do it?
I mean the steps to get to the settings and change them?

If you do then I found some recommendations for your processor at http://www.amdgeeks.net/overclockdatabase.

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Processor: Athlon 64 LE-1640 2600 @ 3422 MHz
Overclock % Voltage Idle Load
132% 1.25/35/40 @ 1.50V 35°C 41°C

Processor: Athlon 64 LE-1640 2600 @ 3380 MHz
Overclock % Voltage Idle Load
130% 1.25/35/40 @ 1.40V 30°C 40°C

Processor: Athlon 64 LE-1640 2600 @ 3320 MHz
Overclock % Voltage Idle Load
128% 1.25/35/40 @ 1.37V 29°C 44°C
===============================
Like I said I don't recommend it so I don't want to walk you through it, also when you do this you run a risk of frying your chip - and I don' want to be liable. Like I said above - there is some good infor on the web about it so you should not have any trouble finding out how if you don't know.

Good luck

Jan 03, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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