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    Default How to check notebook PLL IC?

    Anyone can help me with any way that i can find out wat is my DELL Inspiron 1520 PLL IC pls...I wanna know coz so that i am able to OC it with CPUcool software..thanks...
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    Default Re: How to check notebook PLL IC?

    Can't you just go ahead and overclock? Just curious!

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    No i dont think u can because all the software i tried need the PLL IC iin order to Overclock it...If can directly Overclock then it would make my life so much easier by not having to waste time finding my PLL IC..Dell limite many things man....I dont like it...=(
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    Default Re: How to check notebook PLL IC?

    The Inspiron 1520 uses a Cypress CY28547 as pll.

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    Default Re: How to check notebook PLL IC?

    Quote Originally Posted by LlamaOne View Post
    The Inspiron 1520 uses a Cypress CY28547 as pll.
    I have the same kind of questio, but in my case my PC is the following Dell laptop:
    Inspiron 1545 Celeron 585 2.16Ghz has 2meg, 667MHz ram on FSB 667

    Model: 0G848F
    Chipset: GM45/GM47
    Rev: 07
    Southbridge: 82801M (ICH9-M)

    Does that use the same PLL

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    Default Re: How to check notebook PLL IC?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffrollason View Post
    I have the same kind of questio, but in my case my PC is the following Dell laptop:
    Inspiron 1545 Celeron 585 2.16Ghz has 2meg, 667MHz ram on FSB 667

    Model: 0G848F
    Chipset: GM45/GM47
    Rev: 07
    Southbridge: 82801M (ICH9-M)

    Does that use the same PLL

    Any one know the pll for dell xps 1640 studio

    intel p8600
    socket P (478)
    chipset PM45

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