BSEL Mod on a socket P explained with photos

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  1. naton

    naton Notebook Virtuoso

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    Well it all depends on what you do with your laptop and what type of apllications you're using.

    For example with Word 2003 the celeron at 3Ghz is better that the t5900. This is because Word 2003 is not a muti-threaded software. By that I mean that Word will use only one of the two cores in the T5900. In a sense with Word 2003 is like your compary the Celeron @ 3Ghz with a core2solo at 2.2Ghz.

    With Winrar it's a different story. Winrar is multi-threaded so the T5900 is faster because winrar will use both cores at maximum speed. So in a sense the T5900 will be like a Celeron @ 4.4Ghz.
     
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    Hi guys, I stumbled onto this thread when I tried to search for a pin mod for my thinkpad t61 originally to overclock my c2d t7300 but it seems like the fsb trick won't work since I have a GM965 and I can't seem to find any info on the PLL mod on the t61. Has anyone successfully OC a t61? It would be great if I can change the fsb on this thing since my PC2-6400 RAM is currently running at 333Mhz right now.

    Anyway, I've read through the thread but didn't find the voltage range for the t7300 using VID3, I'd appreciated if you guys could help me out :)

    Here are my voltages in RMClock:

    LFM .85v
    x6 .85
    x7 .85
    x8 .85
    x9 .9
    x10 .95

    Min: .85v
    Max: 1.2375
     
  3. pipkata

    pipkata Newbie

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    hello mate, send me please mod images of email pipkata@mail.bg
    My Dell is currently T7500, but deliberately to change it to T9300

    Thanks much in advance
     
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    give a couple of days and I'll tell you what you can do to undervolt.
     
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    naton Notebook Virtuoso

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    Is it this what you want:
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  6. IonoMate

    IonoMate Newbie

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    Ok, I actually looked at the chart that you created for VID3=1 posted by zorror at another thread and got a better idea of what i'm going to do. It seems VID3 is probably going to be the best option for me since I can keep the voltage for my 10x multi and lower the voltage for the 6x. I'm willing to sacrifice the top end a little if VID4 worked to get the voltage for the 6x to be even lower but I don't think that will work since it probably won't boot but i'm open to suggestions :D
     
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    This does not work on dell m1330


    Can anybody help with a datasheet - ics9lpr333cklf, Clock generator is on my Dell
     
  8. naton

    naton Notebook Virtuoso

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    actually you'll have to rise the voltage for x8 and x9. This shows the likely setting that will work for you after the mod:
    multiplier --- rmclock ----------- real voltage
    x06 -------- 0.8500 to 0.9000 -- 0.7500 to 0.8000
    x07 -------- 0.9000 ------------ 0.8000
    x08 -------- 0.9125 ------------ 0.9125
    x09 -------- 0.9125 ------------ 0.9125
    x10 -------- 0.9500 ------------ 0.9500
     
  9. IonoMate

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    Yeah you're right but what's most important to me are lowest and highest multiplier voltages. Btw, wouldn't the voltages for the 8x to 10x multiplier in rmclock be .1v higher?

    multiplier --- rmclock ---------- real voltage
    x08 ----------- 1.0125 ------------ 0.9125
    x09 ----------- 1.0125 ------------ 0.9125
    x10 ----------- 1.0500 ------------ 0.9500

    Thanks for the confirmation, I'll give this a go when I have time.
     
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    shenofjo Notebook Consultant

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    hey Naton, if i do the VID4 pin pod on p platform, then there will be a drop of 0.2V across all multipliers? is there a way to not drop the final multiplier? every multiplier i have would still be in range with a -0.2V but my 10.5x multiplier would be out by about 0.05V from the max allowed voltage. Ill post more specifics when i have time later this week. THANKS!
     
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