Have you flashed to the DM810L.rom?
If so, try for 133/133 = 110/110
If that's a go, then let's get started...
Okay, you've got CPUCooL v7.2.12... it's so new that nobody has tried it yet.
We know that v7.2.11 is giving problems.
I'm using v7.2.9... it works fine
Let's try your v7.2.12...
When you are first installing it, set it so that it loads with every Windows start-up.
First thing it asks when it comes up for the first time is "Which mobo & Model"
You need to select the motherboard brand, version etc., before you can use it to change the FSB, which is what we want to do, first and foremost.
(Or, click 'Settings', 'Mainboard choice' if it's already installed)
Your "Mainboard" is PC-Chips and "Mainboard type" is M810L(M)R...(Doh!
Your PLL is the ICS type: 9248-136... you can check that (if you feel the need)... it's between the DIMM sockets and the front edge of your mobo)
Now, click "Functions"> "Change front side bus/change CPU speed"
Start clicking on (or click and hold), the tiny little 'up' arrow, to the right of "Tray frequency 1" until it shows 133/133
Go to "Tray frequency 2" and take it up to 124/124
Go to "Tray frequency 3" and take it up to 112/112
Click 'OK', and EXIT CPUCooL, and then re-open it.
This will temporarily 'lock' the above frequencies into CPUCooL's memory.
Assuming you told CPUCool to start with every windows start, there should be a new icon beside your clock in the system tray now, and every time you reboot.
Double-click on that Icon to open the Main Display, anytime you want to see it.
Right-click on that same icon, and a pop-up menu appears... click the lowest "FSB: MHz" number (the bottom one.. it SHOULD be 112)
What's CPUCool showing your processor speed at now?
Use either of WCPUID or CrystalCPUID to verify the speed, if you don't want to believe what CPUCool is showing you in the "Main Display" window
(If you go into Display Options> This Display (Main Display)> Graphic display and check the box at lower left, it will graphically show the speeds, as you increase them)
While you're in there, check whatever else you'd like to see graphically displayed, like EDIT: 'Temp2' NOT 'Temp3', which is your CPU temp (in CPUCooL v7.2.9).
WCPUID is available free here www.h-oda.com/
CrystalCPUID is available free here http://crystalmark.info/?lang=en
Keep going up that FSB "string" in the little pop-up window that you have created until the comp 'locks' the moment you click on it. The 140/140 setting is the highest you can possibly get to from a 110/110 boot speed... anything higher causes an instant 'lock'
When that happens, just shut off your computer, and then reboot it, and Bingo! You’re back to 110/110.
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