I guess after the mod you can overclock even more
I see. As far as you know, a logical 0 can be an equivalent to ground. So no matter what voltage you are attaching. It will always stay 0. Whereas...
The BSEL pins are shared with the north bridge and the clock generator. If you've done the mod on the side of the north bridge, that's not enough....
Seems like you forgot to do the stuff with the clock generator to change the frequency
Hope it helps
The mode I've done works fine for me. No errors in memtest if you raise the RAM voltage up to at least 1.96v.
What panels in particular?
That was very easy. All parts are fixed with screws, just take a screwdriver and do the stuff
I bought orange body parts, orange battery and the fingerprint sensor panel with a ribbon cable and turned my casual M6400 into the covet version....
If it boots up fine, everything's alright. Just need to check the keyboard
Oh, got it.
I'm thinking on attaching a 20.1" screen from HP HDX9000 via LVDS. It would be the best Core2 laptop ever.
Sorry, I cannot get your idea. What do you mean?
Thanks. Now let me clarify the issue. 8GB modules use sixteen 4Gbit RAM chips that use address lines from A0 up to A15. The A15...
Awesome! Sorry for your loss...
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