PLL Pinmod Overclocking Methods and Examples

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by moral hazard, Jun 24, 2009.

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  1. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    I think setfsb is not recognising your SMbus.

    Tell abo that not even "PLL diagnosis" works.


    Also there is another PLL hardware mod you could do to overclock.
    It would involve grounding a pin. You would then have your FSB at 266mhz.
    you have to make sure your ram will handle that.
     
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    rail3r85 Notebook Enthusiast

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    He keaps saying same thing even after i provided images of pll and described problem, he is just saying.

    "You have no manners. I do not support you"

    Like wth i never been rude or anything, allways been polite? Obiviously hes ego is too big and hes not going to provide help due i found problem in hes program.

    Anyway anyone else knows help for this problem?
     
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    Left: Identify RCBA address first
    Right: Identify if SMBUS is enabled. Can enable it by writing 0 to bit 3.

    A suggestion I can make is to to enable the SMBUS in case it's not enabled.
     
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    lol, I have a funny story that I will PM you:D

    Since you're happy to modify the PLL, you could just make a hardware mod from 200mhz to 266mhz.

    follow method 2 here:
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/showpost.php?p=4998927&postcount=1

    It would be a simple hardware mod and you wouldn't need any software (setfsb).

    Also try using clockgen (software like setfsb), but it's unlikely to work.

    Your best chance is a hardware PLL mod like method 2.

    I will do my best to help you with that ^^.
     
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    Well mine seems to be FED1C001 and that means i should be looking for FED1F418 by memory adress?

    If this is true, my SMBUS is enabled!
     
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    this might be a ghetto suggestion:

    pls check if there is any unknown devices in your "device manager"? that might be smbus related device needed installing ...

    yeah, i can relate to that...Abo san sometimes gives weird reply. Last time i informed him my uneducated guess about a PLL and he just ignored them. however, if one supply him enough, accurate information he will immediately respond with test versions for you without any embellishment.
     
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    There is 1 device but its not anything about smbus since its PCI Memory Device aka Intel Turbo Cache chip driver thats missing and im not going to install it anyway due 4gb of ram in this laptop.
     
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    @rail3r85, have you tried clockgen?

    Also can you download a program called SPDtool. then try to run it. I would like to see if it can read your SMbus.

    Also you can try a program called speedfan, also see if it can read your SMbus.
     
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    Yes it can read my SMbus, and yeah i have tried clockgen.

    And also speedfan can read my SMbus it gives next details
    Intel 82801HB ICH8, SMbus base address $1C00, revision 00000003
     
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    So setfsb wont let you press "getfsb" without an error?

    does clockgen show your PLL registers?
     
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