How to find the clock generator (PLL) in your notebook/desktop.

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by moral hazard, Oct 27, 2009.

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  1. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Maybe you should start a new Clevo X7200 overclocking thread, people will want to know how easy it can be.

    Well done.
     
  2. A..A

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    @Moral Hazard,
    i have a T7300 and i want to overclock it,
    what program do you use to overclock yours and what is the pll

    Thanks
     
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    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    aldam Notebook Evangelist

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    Has anybody found the PLL of Dell M6500?
     
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    pengy_666 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hi, I have a newer version of the Sandra software.

    Is this the section regarding the PLL?

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    User Retired 2 Notebook Nobel Laureate NBR Reviewer

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    Can use SetPLL or R-W everything to read the PLL's config register 7 and 8 then evaluating the vendorID codes below we see what PLL brand you have. That can help identify what PLLs to test in setfsb.

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    Badman959 Newbie

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    Im not using a Notebook but rather my desktop and i get this in Diag tab of SETFSB
    http://i52.tinypic.com/21e1f9e.png

    Im using an Acer Aspire M3802 and would like to know if this means i can overclock, the top 5 PLL's in the list DO NOT give me the Invalid PLL code, but i cant seam to find one that will let me 'Set FSB'
     
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    Gian92 Newbie

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    Hi everyone,

    I've got an old NEC Versa Note VX notebook from 2000 and for the sake of a car-PC project I'd like to be able to overclock, well better said to "rightclock" a PIII with 1 GHz of speed which is incorrectly seen at 300 MHz. Currently I'm working with the original PIII, 500 MHz so prior to re-installing the PIII, 1 GHz I need to be able to overclock.

    SiSoftware Sandra doesn't show me the clock generator so I've taken some pics of the mainboard and related mini-boards attached to it to spot the PLL (I didn't find any popular PLL brands):

    MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service (It's a 7-zip file)

    If you need further data or pics please let me know. Thanks in advance :cool:
     
  9. TUAAM

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    Hello,

    I am hoping people still ook at this thread I am trying to overclock my Packard Bell.

    Using Si Sandra I think I have found my PLL which is;
    Phaselink PLL202-01

    Can I use SetFSB on this PLL?

    Thank you in advance
    Ash
     
  10. capitankasar

    capitankasar Notebook Deity

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    1 method
    tried si-sandra without any sucess / info about the clock generatoror pll

    2 method

    tested following clock generators by pressing get FSB

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    clicking on setfsb and moving the slider had no effect on proccesor speed, but also didnt crashed the system.

    all others clock generators gave SMbus error



    tried also R-W without luck

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    here is all I found about schematics

    L502x schematics

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    still dont know what pll/clock generator I have.

    using windows 7 ultimate x64

    and the laptop is on my signature. (mobile sandy-bridge i3 with hm67 chipset)

    I guess if I am out of luck :D
     
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