FSB downclock mod on the intel GL960 and GL40 --- useful info for PLL Modders

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by naton, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. Gilang Luqman

    Gilang Luqman Notebook Enthusiast

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    thanks for information, maybe I will get X9100 and OC it using ThrottleStop like darnok44 said.
    In downclocked fsb,
    Is it stable if X9100 increase multiplier up to 18 (3.6Ghz)?
     
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  2. gilipollas

    gilipollas Notebook Geek

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    I just upgraded my old Dell Vostro 1500(PM965) with a cheap X9100 from China and the 1066->800 pinmod.
    3.4 GHz at 1.25V seems to be the stable maximum for useful usage, tested with prime95. Although running SuperPi benchmarks at 4.0 GHz was possible with a huge voltage increase to 1,3875V, not prime-stable.
     
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  3. CHUCK5000000

    CHUCK5000000 Newbie

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    Hey I know this post is super old but I am trying to do this BSEL MOD on a intel P9700 core 2 duo 28w 1066mhz fsb and the pictures are no longer visible so I dont know which pins to mod. I want to put the processor into a Dell D830
     
  4. Gilang Luqman

    Gilang Luqman Notebook Enthusiast

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    Wow, Thats a good news, 3.4Ghz is so high for cheap x9100 than buy expensive x9000...
    I cant wait my x9100 come to my country...
    Thanks
     
  5. gilipollas

    gilipollas Notebook Geek

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    I also could't wait for it. But then I was quite disappointed when the screen stayed black and nothing happened.
    Luckily I found this thread:)

    Temps at 4 GHz were over 100°C.
    3.4 GHz leads to 85°C.
     
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    gilipollas Notebook Geek

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    @chuck:
    There are still some photos left. For example in this thread(see quote below).

    I also remember a nice one from "Berlinmodder"(or similar) in a thread about modding a huge 18" or 20" hp-laptop.
    He used a single wire from a speaker cable, isolation and fixing it with TESA(transparent adhesive tape). It worked for me as well.

    The P9700 will run with only 2.1 GHz. I recommend getting a X9100 because it is very easy to put it back to a reasonable frequency.
     
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  8. triturbo

    triturbo Long live 16:10 and MXM-B

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    It's @RickiBerlin with a 20.1" HP HDX Dragon.

    I think that the picture of my setup is still up a few pages back. I've used Kapton tape.
     
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    rebel11 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Guys

    I've got a Sony VGN CR11S, with the original spec.

    Screen size
    14.1"
    RAM 2GB of Memory
    Processor speed 1.8 GHz
    Processor series Core 2 Duo
    Processor number T7100
    Screen Resolution (pixels) 1280 x 720 (WXGA)
    Operating system Windows Vista Home Premium
    Hard disk capacity 120GB Storage
    Number of cores Dual Core Processor
    Processor brand Intel
    Number of USB ports 3
    Connections Firewire
    Connections Bluetooth
    Connections Wireless
    Built-in disc drive DVD writer
    Card reader Multi Card Reader
    Battery life 3.5 hours of battery
    Weight (kg) 2.5
    Graphics card brand ATI
    Graphics card model number Intel GMA X3100
    Type of hard drive Hard Disk Drive
    Chipset brand Intel
    Chipset series PM965
    Aspect ratio 16:10
    Width in cm 33.5cm wide
    Depth in cm 24.9cm deep
    Release date 8 Aug 2007


    I want to upgrade the RAM, there are two slots. (I'm looking at 4GB, 800MHz)
    I want to upgrade the CPU, to something that will make a difference.
    I want to upgrade the hard disk to an SSD.

    These are a selection of CPU's

    T8300, 2.4 GHz, FSB 800 MHz, L2 3 MB
    T9300, 2.5 GHz, FSB 800 MHz, L2 6 MB
    T9500, 2.6 GHz, FSB 800 MHz, L2 6 MB

    X7800, 2.6 GHz, FSB 800 MHz, L2 4 MB
    X7900, 2.8 GHz, FSB 800 MHz, L2 4 MB
    X9000, 2.8 GHz, FSB 800 MHz, L2 6 MB

    I would like to upgrade to a X9100, 3.06GHz, FSB 1066 MHz, L2 6M.


    Many thanks in advance.
     
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  10. Gilang Luqman

    Gilang Luqman Notebook Enthusiast

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    It worked great! X9100 worked great in VAIO VGN FZ-150E using BSEL mod (2 wire)

    without TS, it speed only 2.2 Ghz
    with TS, max multiplier is 18 (3.6 Ghz) in 1.2875V , its stable in prime95, idle temp is 43-50 :eek:
    It will BSOD when I try to increase voltage to 1.3V++ so its not possibly to get 4 Ghz :(

    I dont know why multiplier only reach 6 when laptop adaptor unplugged..
    Can I make it multiplier stay in 18 althought laptop adaptor unplugged?

    But It doesnt matter, I still really love it.
    x9100 with ssd, my old laptop can do competition with new laptop :p

    here the picture to see detail :
    (cpuz show wrong description):D
    [​IMG]
     
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