ClockGen is a program dedicated for overclocking your PC. Its purpose is to automatically adjust the system clocks in the background: FSB or front side bus. This allows you to change your PC clock from time to time in order to boost performance. ClockGen has a few features of special interest, such as support for voltage control, intelligent overclock management and CPUID monitoring.
I've been looking around for a program that can make my PC run faster without using any software patches, which is why I decided to try ClockGen. The program works perfectly in combination with the manual overclock feature in CPUZ. It allows you to run CPU-Z based utilities in a Linux environment without any need to install them. You can select various preset clocks that are based on different criteria such as overclocking, voltage control, BIC etc... You can change your clock once every five minutes or so.
CPU-Z is a nice utility to have if you're looking to use overclocking to gain performance. However, I would still suggest against overclocking your PC directly with CPU-Z because it tends to disrupt your windows scheduling system, which in turn might cause programs to crash or have unexpected side effects (ie. crashes, random error messages).