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SmogHog
02-16-2011, 10:05 PM
2/15/2010 - Updated SetFSB : Version 2.3.165.130(This version is a shareware!)
Added ICS932S890CKLF(Supermicro H8QGI-F).
Added ICS94215AF(ASUS A7V-VM).
Included PowerPro I7:15(ICS9LPRS113AKLF).
Included Philco PHN 15006(ICS9LPR363EGLF).
Included Packard Bell EasyNote TH36-AV-313NC(ICS9LPRS387BKLF - Unlock TME).
Included Acer Aspire 7552G-5488(ICS9LPRS480BKL).
Included ASUS F5V(ICS9LPR600CGLF).
Included ASUS P7H55-M LX(ICS9LPRS954BGLF).
Included ASUS U36JC/N53JQ-SX070V, HP G42T("ASUS G73JH").
Supported VIA KT133A Chipset.
Stopped the support of ICS9LRS3197AKLF

http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/

Program is now shareware. The last freeware version is also available (http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/download/ver22/setfsb_2_2_134_98.zip) but does not support many motherboards after late 2009.

SetFSB allows to change your computer's Front Side Bus (FSB) speed. The utility supports a wide range of chipsets and is easy to use. Just move the slider to set the desired FSB speed and see the resulting CPU speed.

If you are a beginner, do not use this software.
This software is for power users only.
Use "SetFSB.exe" at your own risk.

Supported chipsets:
Intel
440BX
8xx
9xx
G33/P35/P55/X38/X58
5000X/5400X
US15W
NM10
HM55


ATI
Xpress 200/200M
Xpress 3200 Intel
Xpress X1200 [RS690M]
RADEON IGP320
RADEON IGP350[ALI M1533]


AMD
AMD-760(VIA VT82C686/A/B)
AMD-770(RX780)
AMD-790FX/GX


VIA
KT266 - 600
KM400
K8T800(Pro)
Pro133(A/T/Z)
PM133
Pro266
P4M800 Pro
PT880Ultra
VN800
VX700


SiS
SiS630
SiS645
SiS649
SiS651
SiS661
SiS662
SiS671
SiS740
SiS746
SiS748
SiS756
SiS761GX


ULi
M1695[M1567]

Clock - Motherboard:

ICS9148BF-26 (Gigabyte GA-6ZXC)
ICS9248BF-87 (Akimbo AP1200)
ICS9248BF-96 (Fujitsu FMV DESKPOWER C5/86WL)
ICS9248BF-102 (PC CHIPS M755LMR)
ICS9248AF-165 (ASUS CUV4X)
ICS9248EF-199 (Biostar M7SUA, Matsonic MS9357E )
ICS932S401EGLF (SuperMicro X7DA3+, Tyan Tempest i5400PW )
ICS932S421BGLF (Intel D5400XS, Tyan Tempest i5400XL )
ICS94201DF (ASUS TUSL2-C)
ICS94222AF (ASUS CUV4X-E)
ICS94225AF (EPoX EP-8K7A, ASUS A7M266)
ICS94228BF (EPoX EP-8KHA+/EP-8K3A, ASUS A7V333)
ICS94229AF (Soyo K7V Dragon Plus!)
ICS94237AF (Asus CUV266)
ICS950209CF(Fujitsu-Siemens Scaleo L)
ICS950405AF (ASUS K8V, ECS KV2 Lite )
ICS950410AFLF (MSI K8T NEO2-F V2.0)
ICS950703BF (ASUS P4T533)
ICS950812BG (Compaq Presario 2201AP)
ICS950910AF (Medion PowerPlus 3200+, MSI KM3M-V)
ICS951402AG (HP Compaq nc4010)
ICS951403CF (FIC AT31)
ICS951412AG (HP Pavilion ZV6000)
ICS951416BGLF (HP 6515B/6715B)
ICS951417AFLF (Intel D101GGC)
ICS951461BGLF (DFI ICFX3200, LG E200-A.CPPPV, Acer Aspire T660)
ICS951462AGLF (Acer Aspire 5100, MSI GX610)
ICS951463BGLF (Acer Aspire M5610)
ICS951464AGLF (Acer M1100)
ICS952001AF(MSI 645U)
ICS952003AF (ASUS P4S333-C)
ICS952013CFLF (Sony VGC-M1)
ICS952018AF (ACER E661FXM, ASUS P4S800-MX)
ICS952505AF (ASRock 939Dual-SATA2)
ICS952607EF (ASUS P4C800/P4P800, Foxconn 865A01-PE)
ICS952611BF (MSI MS-6728)
ICS952619CF (AOpen AX4SPE Max)
ICS952623CG (Toshiba Satellite P10-554)
ICS952703BF (Asrock K7S8XE+)
ICS952906AGLF (VIA PICO ITX EPIA PX10000G, Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro V2030 )
ICS953002DFLF (ABIT IP95)
ICS953008BFLF (ASUS P5VD2-X/VM)
ICS953401CFLF (Fujitsu sienems P5SD2-FM)
ICS953805CFLF (ECS GS7610 ULTRA V1.1C, ASUS A8S-X-UAYZ, Foxconn 761GXK8MC)
ICS954103EF (Gateway 505GR)
ICS954105BF (HP xw4400)
ICS954108CFLF (Intel D955XBK/D975XBX)
ICS954119DFLF(MEDION MD8800[MSI MS-7204])
ICS954123CGLF (ASUS P5W-DH/P5D)
ICS954124AFLF (Shuttle SD37P2)
ICS954127BFLF (ABIT IL9 Pro)
ICS954141CFLF (ASUS P5LP-LE)
ICS954201BGLF (Samsung X20)
ICS954213AGLF (ASUS A6VA, M9V/N, COMPAQ Presario B2800)
ICS954227CGLF (Sony VAIO VGN-S460/S580P)
ICS954310BGLF (Acer Aspire 5570Z/5601AWLMi, Toshiba Satellite L45-S4687)
ICS954321AGLF (TOSHIBA Tecra A-8)
ICS954519BGLF (MSI 975X Platinum PowerUp Edition)
ICS954552CGLF (ASUS N4L-VM)
ICS9LPRS113AKLF (MSI P45 Diamond/platinium/Neo/MegaBook X340/GT640/GX640/GX660/GX740/Wind Top AE2400/GT725, Dell XPS-435/9000)
ICS9LPRS133BKLF (MSI X58 Eclipse SLI)
ICS9LPRS139AKLF (EVGA X58 SLI E762, Foxconn BloodRage, Dell Studio XPS 435 MT, MSI P45 Neo-F)
ICS9LPRS140CKLF (Asrock P55 Pro, ASUS Maximus III GENE/Formula/P7H55-M PRO)
ICS9LPR310BGLF (ASUS N10J/A8JA, Mitac 8258i)
ICS9LPR316AGLF (Kohjinsha SH6/SH8)
ICS9LPR321BKLF (Sony VAIO VGN-FE31Z/41Z, UX series )
ICS9LPRS355BGLF (HP 2510P)
ICS9LPR362AGLF (ASUS N81VP)
ICS9LPR363EGLF (ASUS G1S/G2S /F3SV/F8SV/A7S-7S006C/A6JM/G1Sn/A8SC/G51VX/G60VX/A7Sv/U80V, Intel D945GSEJT, Clevo M570RU)
ICS9LPRS365BGLF (FS U9200 with the hardware remodeling, Acer 7730G/Aspire One model ZA3)
ICS9LPR367AGLF (ASUS Nova Lite EP20)
ICS9LPRS387BKLF (Compal NTUC0 - Unlock TME)
ICS9LPRS397DKLF (HP Compaq 6730b - Unlock TME)
ICS9LPRS419DFLF (ECS 945GCT-M/1333, Acer AM5630, Lenovo 9702 A66, ABIT I45-CV )
ICS9LPR426AGLF (ASUS Eee PC)
ICS9LPR427AGLF (ASUS Eee PC 1000/1001HA/1005PE/1005HA/1018P/1215N/T101MT, Foxconn Qbook)
ICS9LPR427CGLF (ASUS Eee PC T91MT/T91/T91SA/1101HA/1201HA/1201PN)
ICS9LPRS430BGLF (Hannspree HannsBook SN12E2)
ICS9LPRS441AGLF (ASUS AT5NM10-I)
ICS9LPRS471AKL (ECS A770M-A)
ICS9LPRS475BGLF (HP Pavilion P6537C/P6520F)
ICS9LPRS476HKLF (HP Compaq 615, Acer Ferrari One 200) - SetFSB has a problem that WiFi and LAN shut down.
ICS9LPRS477BKL (Asus M3A, DFI LP UT 790FX-M2R)
ICS9LPR501HGLF (ABIT IB9,IP35)
ICS9LPR501SGLF(Toshiba Tecra A9 with the hardware modification)
ICS9LP505-2HGLF (VAIO type R master)
ICS9LPRS509HGLF (DFI Infinity P965-S, Biostar TP35D2-A7, Foxconn P35A, ECS P35T-A V1.0)
ICS9LPRS511EGLF (Foxconn G9657MA-8EKRS2H, Shuttle SP35P2 PRO/X27D Barebone, Supermicro C2SBA)
ICS9LPRS514EGLF (MSI P965 platinum, Foxconn 946GZ7MA-8K2SH)
ICS9LPRS552AGLF (ASUS P5K31-VM/P5B-E/P5B-Plus/P5B[Vanilla], GIGABYTE G33M-DS2R )
ICS9LPRS587AGLF (GIGABYTE GA-965P-DS3)
ICS9LPRS587EGLF (GIGABYTE P35-DS3)
ICS9LPR600CGLF (ASUS X59SR/X71SL/F80CR, LG E500 K.APSAG, MSI CX600, Packard Bell BV GD-T671MG, Acer aspire M1610, Fujitsu-Siemens Esprimo mobile V5155)
ICS9LPR604AGLF (Intel D201GLY)
ICS9LPRS906CGLF (MSI P35 Platinum)
ICS9LPRS910BKL (MSI X38 Diamond)
ICS9LPRS914EKL (Gigabyte X38-DQ6 ,X38T-DQ6, GA-P45-DS3L,GA-EP43 DS3L)
ICS9LPRS916JGLF (ASUS P5K, P5QL Pro )
ICS9LPRS918BKL(ASUS P5K/3 Deluxe, P5E, P5Q Deluxe, P5Q-E, P6T Deluxe)
ICS9LPRS918JKL (DFI LanParty DK X38/X48 T2R, UT X48 T3R, LanParty UT/DK/JR X58)
ICS9LPRS919BKL (Foxconn Mars)
ICS9LPRS926EGLF (ECS P45T-A/X48T-A)
ICS9LPRS929AKLF (ASUS W90/G72GX, MSI Wind U120)
ICS9LPRS954BGLF (ASUS P5KPL-AM/P5G41T-M/CM5570/P5QL-VM-EPU/P7H55-M)
ICS9LR3362CGLF (ASUS UL20A/UL30A/UL30VT/UL50VT/UL80VT)
ICS9UMS9610BL (Sony VAIO P Series/VPC X11S1E, Dell mini 10, Nokia Booklet 3G, Archos 9 PCtablet)
CV110JPVG (Intel Nine Mile D945PLNM, HP Pavilion A1050Y)
CV115CPV (Intel D915PCY)
CV122CPVG (ASUS P5LD2-VM SE)
CV125PAG (FSC Amilo Pro 3505, Acer TravelMate 2428AWXMi)
CV137PAG (FSC Amilo 1650G)
CV152PVG (SuperMicro X7DB8+)
CV174CPAG (Intel DG965LV/DQ965GF/DG965RY/DG965WH/DP965LT/DQ965CO)
CV179CNLG (Samsung NC10/N120/X520)
CV183APAG (Intel DQ35JOE, Dell Optiplex 330)
CV184-2APAG (NEC Express5800 S70 Type FL)
CV190BPAG (ASUS IPIBL-LA[Berkeley])
CV193CPAG (ECS X58B-A, SUN Ultra 24, HP Pavilion P6335FR)
CY28341OC-3 (Biostar M7VIZ)
CY28346ZI-2 (IBM ThinkPad T42 2373-7WG)
CY28349BOC (HP A808.uk)
CY28551LFXC (ASUS P5B-Deluxe/COMMANDO, Intel G35EC)
CY28551LFXC_DFI (DFI LANPARTY UT/LT P35/X38/X48 T2R, DK P35 T2/T2RS, Blood Infinity P35 T2R)
IMIC9827HY (IBM ThinkPad X31 2672CAJ, Acer Aspire 1414, Fujitsu Siemens Scenic i845D)
RTM520-39D (EPoX EP-BX6, Chaintech CT-6ASA4)
RTM580-255R (ABIT KV7)
RTM862-480 (Biostar 945GC-M4)
RTM862-520 (MSI PM8M3-V, BIOSTAR P4M800CE-8237)
RTM865T-300 (Gateway MX3142M/MX3139M, HP Compaq dx2200 MT)
RTM865T-433 (Acer Aspire 4710G)
RTM866-485 (ECS 945GCT-M2)
RTM866-890 (Asrock 4CoreDual-VSTA)
RTM870T-691 (MSI K9AGM3-FIH, Acer Aspire 5054WXMi)
RTM875T-363 (Asus LV50Vn/M50Vn)
RTM875T-587 (Jetway I35P-SG-PB/I35P-SG/BI100-KU, Gigabyte GA-G31MF-S2/G41M-ES2L)
RTM875T-606 (HP DV9500 - Unlock TME)
RTM876-660 (GIGABYTE GA-TG965MP-RH, ASUS P5GC-MX/1333 )
RTM876-665 (MSI 945GCM478)
RTM880T-792 (ASUS K50AF)
RTM880T-794 (MSI WIND U230)
RTM885N-914 (Biostar T-Power X58)
RTM885T-926B (Biostar TPower I55)
SL28541BQC (Samsung R518/R522-FS08)
SLG505YC56DT (Intel D975XBX2/ DQ965COE)
SLG505YC256BT (Intel DG33BU/DX39BT)
SLG505YC264BT (Intel DP35DP)
SLG8SP513V (Samsung R70)
SLG8LP625T (MSI MS-7304[Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pa/La-Series])
SLG8SP626V (Acer Ferrari One 200/Aspire 5532, Toshiba T115D-S1125, HP Pavilion DV6-2112SA)
W196G (ABit BH6 rev 1.1)
W83115RG-GS (ASRock ConRoe1333-D667)
W83194BG-SD (ASRock ConRoe865PE)
W83194R-39B (Abit VH6-II)
W83195BR-25 (ONDA ID815EP/T)
W83195BG-101 (ASRock ConRoeXFire-eSATA2)
ASUS G51J/G60JX (ASUS G51J/G60JX)
ASUS N61JQ (ASUS N61JQ/N71JQ/N71JA, DELL Alienware M15x, Acer Aspire 5740/7740, Packard Bell TJ-75) - not working on all hardware.
ASUS G73JH (ASUS N71JV/G73JH/G73JW/G75JH/U45JC/UL30JT/UL80JT, DELL Alienware M17x-R2/M11x-R2, Acer TimelineX 1830T/3820T/4820TG/Aspire 4745G/5745G, Sager NP8120)

moral hazard
02-17-2011, 01:36 AM
Speaking of programming PLLs, here is an alternative:
What is SetPLL? supplied by AnonyMouse
'setpll' is a wrapper over r-w everything to write data to the PLL. Some advantages of this over setfsb:
1. it's free, no US$10 'donation' cost
2. It's way faster than setfsb.
3. Unlike setfsb, it's only writing to the PLL. A PLL read is never being done so I don't have side-effects like having my sata1 controller with DVD attached hang.
4. Add a resume-from standby/hibernate feature.
*Download Link* (http://www.mediafire.com/file/4z34d5tff22flra/setpll-10a.exe)(1.69MB)
To use setpll proceed to

1. Extract the package to c:\setpll
2. Check the usage:


usage: setpll shows usage and PLLs available
setpll -report report current FSB
setpll [PLL] show FSBs defined for PLL
setpll [PLL] [fsb] set your PLL to the FSB
setpll [PLL] [fsb1.fsb2.fsb3...fsbx] [delay]
incrementally set fsb1..fsbx
with [delay] secs between each
setpll [PLL] [fsb] -preview create setpll.rw. Don't write PLL.
Will attempt up to 5 retries to the set the PLL, shown as sending #2..#5.
PLL definitions (*.lut.bat) exist for the following PLLs:
ics9lpr113aklf ics9lprs355bklf ics9lprs387bklf ics9lprs397dklf rtm875t-606

3. Run 'cpumulti.lut.bat'. Ensure your CPU and multiplier are reported. If not, add it to cpumulti.lut.bat and re-run.
4. Create your PLL's [pll].lut.bat definition file in \setpll if one doesn't exist for your PLL. See existing examples.
Upload and share your setpll PLL definitions (pll.lut.bat): check for other PLL definitions (<pll>.lut.bat) or share yours for others to use here: http://tiny.cc/setpll-def .
5. run 'setpll [pll] [fsb] -review' to create a setpll.rw. Within it are instructions to send the it to the
PLL via r-w everything for testing.
Once confirmed all is OK, can just run 'setpll [pll] [fsb]' instead.
6. If you want your PLL to be automatically programmed when switch from AC<->DC or when do a
resume-from-standby or hibernate, then edit the resume-setpll.vbs file, replacing the lines below
with whatever FSB you want on AC and DC states. Can replace this with batch files if need to run other
stuff like spin down HDDs, set PLL, run Throttlestop, etc.
Const AC_script="c:\setpll\setpll ics9lprs387bklf 333"
Const DC_script="c:\setpll\setpll ics9lprs387bklf 266"
Then just put a shortcut to resume-setpll.vbs in your startup folder. It will register itself as a process
called wscript, which you can taskkill if want to disable this feature.
7. If need to do a FSB ramp then add the incremental FSBs separated by dots and give your delay parameter. eg:
setpll ics9lprs387bklf 266.276.288.298.308.318 5


Supplied PLL definition files
Download link for just the PLL definition files. (https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B8B4Dr9RLfKZZGM1MTM1NjItY2M1Yy00NDBiLWE0Z jEtNjg3YmFlMWViZjM2&hl=en)

Supported operating systems
Confirmed working with:
- Win7 x64
- WinXP x86
Assumed would work with:
- Win7 x86
- Vista x86/x64
and more...

Bugs
If don't have battery in the system when resume-setpll.vbs starts up then will have a startup error line 26, char 1: Invalid procedure call or argument, since it requires the PowerManagement module to do AC/DC profile switching. Install the battery to correct this error.
Improvements
Could remove r-w from the picture by compiling Kravis' setfsb here: SetFSB_CS.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/?20takzgchf1hucg) to support .lut.bat user defined files.
Acknowledgments
Thank you to AnonyMouse for supplying the package, nando4, maddi2k and DavyGT for testing it and providing confirmed working <pll>.lut.bat example files. Jeff, author or r-w everything, for providing SMBUS read/write ability with his package.

powerpack
02-17-2011, 11:12 AM
Moral hazard, Xotic resident OC'er!

vai1296
02-17-2011, 02:09 PM
=( both of you need to break this down and make how to oc for dummy guide lol

moral hazard
03-02-2011, 01:43 AM
I wasn't able to edit my post, just need to add that the latest version (1.0d) is out:
http://forum.notebookreview.com/hardware-components-aftermarket-upgrades/393027-pll-pinmod-overclocking-methods-examples-84.html#post7153216

It has been improved a lot, full revision.txt:


1.0d (3-1-11)
Commandline syntax changed. If using -preview it must be first.
Added PCIE clock options to commandline.
Using new r-w BSWAP command (swap little/big endian) so can now
create LUT.bat files by transcribing setfsb format directly.
Changed existing LUT files to setfsb format.
Added PCIE clocks to ics9lprs387/397 LUT files.
Updated r-w everythng to 1.4.9.1.
1.0c (2-19-11)
Changed cpu.bat to use CrystalCPUID as the default mechanism to
report the BCLK. chkcpu32-based cpu.bat supplied in extras directory.
Improved speed by not reporting current FSB when doing a PLL write.
Cut down rw-everything to be only required files.
Added partial HDX9000 ics9lprs501pglf PLL.
Added RST BCLK entry to ics9lprs387/397 and ics9lprs355.
1.0b (2-17-11)
Replaced chkcpu32 with CrystalCPUID for better BCLK reporting.
Changed all references from FSB to the more accurate BCLK.
Skip comparison to current BCLK. Always write PLL unless do -preview.
Updated to r-w everything 1.4.9.
Include m11xR2 PLL.
1.0a (2-13-11)
Released with r-w everything that runs minimized.
1.00 (2-12-11)
Initial release.