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Windows 7: overclocking safe

21 Feb 2010   #11

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
SetFSB_HomePage so can i use this software safely
It might works and you would see some very light difference...but I do not want being pessimistic.

You'll will get in trouble one or another day as the write on the disk will be soon damage and you certainly will have what is call "reallocation sector count" on your HDD and your disk will lost memory of apps installed, explorer will fail and even with a "chkdsk", you will not be able to repair...

After, some tools provide by Seagate could perhaps repair some bad sectors.

But what's the give?

Better unrun some apps and custom style you don't need, to increase the write on your disk and boost your memory.

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21 Feb 2010   #12

7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
SetFSB_HomePage so can i use this software safely
Warning !!!
If you are a beginner, do not use this software.
This software is for power users only.
Use "SetFSB.exe" at your own risk.
I'm not sure how you missed this part? This warning was written specifically for you.

You are a beginner, attempting to use an obscure OC tool (the worst way to go) in order to circumvent the fact that your OEM pc's bios has been locked by the manufacturer....

... none of that bodes well for you or your machine. If I were you I'd forget about clocking an OEM machine, and instead, spend your time reading up on the subject and saving money for a better machine.
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