ICS954305 pinmod

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  1. endruw

    endruw Newbie

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    Hello dear forum members!

    I have a Dell d820 with 533 fsb ,and i want to pinmod
    ICS954305
    CK410M+
    My only job is to disconnect FS_B / TEST_MODE pin from PCB and connect it via a resistor to ground?
     
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    endruw Newbie

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    Hello anyone there?
     
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    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    We're here... are you and your platform talking to us from circa 2006? :)

    Hope this post helps bring others who can help your way. Take care and good luck.
     
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    endruw Newbie

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    At least you are answered me , thank you , I know this is an old laptop , I just like to oc it if someone can help me i really appreciate it . This forum's purpose is to help each other in modding .aren't it?
     
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    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    Of course it is (to help each other). Just that this isn't my area of expertise... saw that no one had replied since the 4th of this month and thought I might do the small bit I can (a free 'bump') to help out. :)

     
  6. darnok44

    darnok44 Notebook Consultant

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    First I should ask what cpu do You want overclock?
     
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    Khenglish Notebook Evangelist

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    If you need to GND a pin then it will have a resistive pull-up on board. You just need to hard short it to GND and it will overpower the resistive pull-up. It's not the proper way to do it, but it's much easier and works.

    The proper way requires finding and removing the pull-up resistor, then rerouting it to GND.
     
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