PLL Pinmod Overclocking Methods and Examples

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  1. jsut

    jsut Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anyone know what reserved/ test/ secret pin to jump in order to circumvent the frickin' multi lock dealing with intel chipsets?

    I have alittle thing to share: via chipsets (socket m & socket p's) does not complain a bit on bsel mods, but... as you all have know... via (and sisy sis) chipset suck. Certain system with sis (sock p & m's) chipset , depend on the mainboard implementation, have absolutely no effect on bsel mods.
     
  2. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    yes the problem is only with intel chipsets.
    There is no way to get around it.

    The only thing you can do is a PLL pin mod instead of the BSEL pin mod.
    You will get the exact same results as the CPU pin mod (BSEL mod), but there will not be any multi downclocking.

    It's all in the first post.
     
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    jsut Notebook Enthusiast

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    probably someone noticed this before:

    one idea is to directly up the fsb by modding the clock generator just like bosslee did at notebookforum did with his dell latitude d600 (advantage: no software fsb mod needed).
     
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    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    yes, there are instructions on how to do that in the first post here:
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/showpost.php?p=4998927&postcount=1

    Read method 2.

    If you know your PLL I can help you do the mod.
     
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    jsut Notebook Enthusiast

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    sorry op,

    I didn't know it was mentioned in method 2 (maybe i got fainted reading the gory detail of soldering/ cutting on pcb traces) . I think I do not have the heart to do that hardcore mod, yet. haha
     
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    Well i have ICS 9LPRS365BGLF on my laptop, i did make quick look on the datasheet and there is no TME pin.
     
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    Check the TME_READBACK setting as per first post of this thread. It tells you if you are TME locked by having the TME pin. Also, where is there a link to the datasheet? If you don't have it likely pin 4 is the TME pin. You can check it's logic level with a Digital multimeter (GND=0, 3.3V=1). You want a GND on the TME pin. It's all in the first post.
     
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    I have attached to this post images of the pinout and also byte 9.

    please look at them.
     

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    Ok i have uploaded screenshot of setfsb diagnostics screen.

    If i press GetFSB it just tells me PLL Id Error or SMBus Error depending version of SetFSB (2.1 = SMBus Error and 2.2 = PLL Id Error).

    So to enable overclocking i need do the mod on this laptop?
     

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