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Comment by RadX
about RMClock · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I have used RMClock with some success but I now use CrystalCPUID instead for dynamic multiplier and voltage adjustment. I found it is easier to set up. If you already have RMClock working well then you may as well stick with it, but if not I recommend trying CrystalCPUID (Used only with AMD 64 X2, so can't give any feedback on use with Intel CPU's).

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