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    BF6 and SoftFSB

    Has anybody gotten SoftFSB 1.7 to work with a BF6? I tried to target the clock generator. The clock generator on the BF6 is the Realtek RTM520-39D, right? Whenever I tried this, the system locks up and I have to cold boot (rebooting doesn't work). If you have a BF6 and you got SoftFSB, can you please post which version you have and what clk generator did you set as target. Thanks.

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    I could never get Soft FSB to work with my BF6 either.

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    I've tried many different programs like that and still haven't got them to work on my BF6...Also can you do the voltage trick with the BF6?

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    do you mean covering up certain pins to get different voltage? Nope, I didn't do that.

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    What do mean "voltage trick", Swedishlf?


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    I think he's referring to the trick to get more that 2.3V from SoftMENU where you do some complex double-flashing the BIOS thing. I think there's something about it on overclockers.com in the "Tips and Tricks" section. Not for the BF6, though.

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