Reply 20 of 22, by Xenphor
I tried using these two commands (pentium dual core e5800, asrock 775i65G):
MSRED W 194 10628
MSRED W 19A 12
- that's all! If FSB400 you'll get about Pentium-1 133 performance. If FSB800 you'll get about Pentium-1 266.
It seemed to fix unreal gold which had weird speed issues. I was able to use 32bit color and with triple buffering enabled it appears quite smooth. Only problem is that the commands seem to persist through reboots. How would I reverse these back to stock?
edit: So basically the multiplier was changed to 6x and the default multiplier of the e5800 is 16x so I would just do:
MSRED W 194 11028
to restore it?
Interesting how it persists even across OS installs.