M11x clock generator ICS9LPRS387BKLF

Discussion in 'Alienware M11x' started by duffyanneal, Feb 26, 2010.

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  1. DavyGT

    DavyGT Overclocker

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    I followed this post here.

    I worked out abit more of the hex codes- G doesn't work because it doesn't exist in hex! :eek: I got the next step after 7F is 80- no more of those big 20-30mhz jumps when changing first digit.

    I am still limited by RAM one way or another- 2.084Ghz was unstable. I suspect it's because the RAM is close to 1066Mhz at timings too fast or the CPU doesn't have enough vcore. Both of which require an SPD edit- running without Overclock enabled gives the RAM the 1:2 ratio :(.
    I need to edit the SPD somehow and that might just involve hex. EDIT: For now, I found an alternative: memset. It changes all timings except CAS.
     
  2. HTWingNut

    HTWingNut Potato

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    I'll send you my M11x and $50 along with it to pin mod it! :D
     
  3. DavyGT

    DavyGT Overclocker

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    It'll be going halfway around the world :p .
    My friend says it's possible to pinmod without soldering by cutting off the TME pin on the PLL. I tried it on my Acer Aspire One (ICS 365) and it does work.
     
  4. tassadar898

    tassadar898 Notebook Evangelist

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    is it possible to pin mod the m11xR2 to increase vcore? R2 users already have setFSB working for them.
     
  5. DavyGT

    DavyGT Overclocker

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    Have you tried ThrottleStop? It can only adjust vcore downwards for my R1.
     
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    tassadar898 Notebook Evangelist

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    yea it does not work, all other softwares that are suppose to be able to do it havnt been successful but I have only tried rightmark and crystalcpuID
     
  7. vorob

    vorob Notebook Deity

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    I don't get it, how did you overclock your cpu? Did you solder anything? Can you post photos?
     
  8. DavyGT

    DavyGT Overclocker

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    I followed this post. I soldered wire from pin 14 to a 10k resistor before connecting to GND, in this case, near a screwhole on the USB daughter board. If I had some stock photos, I could show you but I couldn't take photos- lost my charger for my ancient Olympus point and shoot -_-.
     
  9. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    You might be able to do a pinmod to increase the CPU voltage, do you have the schematics for your notebook?
     
  10. vorob

    vorob Notebook Deity

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    Could we get some HQ photos for our motherboard where we could mark, at least in paint, what should be soldered :) I'm just interested.
     
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