M11X R1 ... SU7300 @ 1.73Ghz ... no pinmod / no bios mod etc...

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  1. UltraGSM

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    So, for kicks grabbed it and well, did some playing around and got this:

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    dont get me wrong, it aint constant or world changing, but it comes and goes for a second on random times... when fully loaded it stays @ 1.6Ghz but otherwise when just surfing or working something on it I can see cpu jump to 1.73GHz so thought I will share this here... that is if there are still someone passionate about this... besides system bios is A05 non unlocked or modified in any way besides tinkering with some settings


    Have a great day people!
     

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  2. nexfero

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    Pretty cool you were able to get 1.73 GHz out of an r1.
    My r2 is like 1200 MHz last i checked
     
  3. ThatOldGuy

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    From Notebookcheck.com

    Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300


    "The Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 is a CULV laptop processor for small and light laptops. Due to the small clock speed, the CPU is specified with a TDP of only 10 Watt. For non demanding tasks, the performance of both cores is sufficient. Many laptops with the SU7300 feature an overclocking option to run the CPU at higher clock rates (e.g. 1.7 GHz in the Asus UL series). Compared to the Atom series, the SU7300 is signifantly faster."

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Core-2-Duo-SU7300-Notebook-Processor.33844.0.html

    Still pretty cool these things are kicking around
     
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    How did you achieve this? With the same and the newest ThrottleStop i cant get the multiplier to 6.5 it sticks at 6.0 no matter what. 1595mhz UGH
     
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    I will keep this a "secret" so I can annoy the itch out of anyone interested :D
     
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    [​IMG]

    TELL ME YOUR SECRETS!
     
  7. UltraGSM

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    nah I rather be "this the only guy on NBR who made it happen" :D
     
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    I think its rather the opposite of "Not cool" :D
     
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    I got to it to work.. and I have to laugh at the simplicity of it coming from a guy who did the 1.6GHz physical pinmod (one of the easier pinmods). All the years on this forum of people struggling to achieve it, or just locking 1.6GHz lol. It's true, it does only kick in during random 10-30% usage so where mine is locked at 1.6GHz anyway.. it probably isn't of much benefit but cool nonetheless.
     
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