PLL Pinmod Overclocking Methods and Examples

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  1. Bunneh

    Bunneh Notebook Enthusiast

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    hey, thanks for the quick reply, and also sorry for frying the page layout with
    my huge picture!

    One question: It was my understanding that the bottom right pin in my picture) was pin 17 -
    considering that the pin modded in this is supposed to be pin 64 (FS_B):
    http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/1434/img1966h.jpg

    it also has a tiny nr 17 besides it in both picutures :)

    - Doesn't that pin go directly into resistor R164?
    If yes, can I lift left the leg of the transistor facing away from the PLL and attach it to any GND?
     
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    -double post-
     
  3. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Yes you're right, sorry.

    That should work.
     
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    Hey, everyone.

    All this PLL stuff is great, but I was wondering... could there be a simpler way to overclock 800mhz FSB cpus in a chipset that already supports 1066mhz FSB? I guess TME unlock would be necessary. but otherwise, I have this ES t9300 in my m860tu, why cant I just trick my system somehow into running at 1066mhz?
    It seems like this in particular could be so much simpler... but as soon as I start thinking of other ways to do it there are just so many possibilities.
     
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    Intel chipset get locked to x6 multiplier if apply a BSEL pinmod to a stock CPU. Your ES CPU might be different. Worth hardwiring your ES CPU for a 1066Mhz BSEL and finding out. If no go, then consider a FSLx mod + slowed RAM timings to get 1066Mhz out of it.
     
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    My new motherboard for my fs U9200 arrived. (I 've destroyed my PLL last time)
    I hardwire pll my T8100 and....
    2.8 to 3.06 (at x11,5).:D
    3dmark06 results for cpu from 1765 to 2311 (without RMclock)

    Many thanks to every one in this forum for helping me to get here...
    CPU-Z Validator 3.1.

    Only problem, I had to change my memories (2*2gb @667) because X3100 with mem at 887MHz driver kept rebooting.
    I now have 1*2GB and 1*1GB@533 4-4-4-12 running at 709MHz

    Anyway to solve this?:confused: ( I want to work at 887MHz)

    Thanks a lot.
     
  7. moral hazard

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    Try using thaiphoon burner or SPDtool to change the ram timings so that it will be stable.
    Maybe try running your 667mhz ram @ 533mhz with the stock timings (667mhz timings).
     
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    I just downloaded spdtool but I cant change anything.
    I make the changes and it gives me errors.
    Do you think there is a way that my x3100 will compromise at 887MHz?
    Is this some kind of driver issue. Because every time I ran at 887 when I stress the graphics my driver reboots.
    I ran osx 10.6.4 mainly, but I just switched to w7 to make sure everything runs ok. I never tested it on os x yet
     
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    I find x3100 graphics is more overclock tolerant if I set "Rapid Memory Power Manager" and Maximum Battery in the Intel control panel.

    Otherwise the advice to slow down RAM timings is a good one. X3100 uses the system RAM as vram.
     
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    Write protection is probably enabled. Can't flash the EEPROM in that case.
     
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