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Old 09-11-2005, 06:56 PM   #21 (permalink)
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No this is how I did it. I also made hot pink text. This is the CPU-Z config

[CPU-Z]
TextFontName=
TextFontSize=14
TextFontColor=FFc0CB
LabelFontName=
LabelFontSize=14
VCore=2
DMI=ON
Sensor=ON
SMBus=ON
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Old 09-11-2005, 07:01 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Yea, I gotta agree with Chris here, He'd only be able to get like 210Mhz max out of his Corsair ValueSelect. Running at 260Mhz overshadows the loss of 15MHz.

I'm gonna do the same.
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No this is how I did it. I also made hot pink text. This is the CPU-Z config

[CPU-Z]
TextFontName=
TextFontSize=14
TextFontColor=FFc0CB
LabelFontName=
LabelFontSize=14
VCore=2
DMI=ON
Sensor=ON
SMBus=ON
So you randomly made some program in visual basic...okkkk
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No it's the CPU-Z config, does it look like VB at all?

It's variables stored inside the CPU-Z config, one of the 4 files that are with CPU-Z when downloaded

Configuration file (cpuz.ini)
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The configuration file must be named cpuz.ini and be present at the same directory level
as cpuz.exe. It contains the following :

[CPU-Z]
TextFontName=Verdana
TextFontSize=13
TextFontColor=000060
LabelFontName=Verdana
LabelFontSize=13
VCore=0
DMI=ON
Sensor=ON
SMBus=ON

- TextFontName : Font used for the information boxes.
- TextFontSize : Size of the font used for the information boxes.
- TextFontColor : Color of the font used for the information boxes. Value is expressed in hexadecimal, and consists in a classic Red/Green/Blue color code : RRGGBB
- LabelFontName : Font used for the label boxes.
- LabelFontSize : Size of the font used for the label boxes.
- Sensor : Set to OFF disables sensor chip detection and voltages measurement.
- DMI : Set to OFF disables the DMI (Desktop Management Interface) information. This concerns BIOS vendor and version, motherboard vendor and revision.
- SMBus : Set to OFF disables SMBus information : SPD, and, depending on the hardware, sensoring information.
- VCore : switch voltage report on sensor chip.
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Yea, I gotta agree with Chris here, He'd only be able to get like 210Mhz max out of his Corsair ValueSelect. Running at 260Mhz overshadows the loss of 15MHz.
210 would be better than running with 185MHz...beyond that like I said if he's using such little Vcore then he should be able to go up the few MHz needed to hit 200
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i say crank up the voltage to 1.8+ and speed the ram up
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