Precision M6400 Owner's Lounge *Part 2*

Discussion in 'Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision' started by BatBoy, Oct 14, 2009.

  1. remdale

    remdale Notebook Consultant

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    I see. As far as you know, a logical 0 can be an equivalent to ground. So no matter what voltage you are attaching. It will always stay 0. Whereas it would work out vice versa.
    You should do the mod on the sides of the north bridge and the clock generator themselves by disconnecting the CPU's BSEL2 pin from them first. Then send the "1" to that pin on the clock generator and the NB.
     
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    User32 Toughbook Master Race

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    Too much work for a minimal gain, ThrottleStop overclocking to 3.73 makes a bigger difference than boosting the FSB to 1333.
     
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    I guess after the mod you can overclock even more
     
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    Runs very well in my M6400 Covet, except the Dell logo doesn't display when booting. BIOS and booting into Windows works fine however.
     
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