Saturday, April 22, 2006

R51e overclocking tips

This is what I used to bridge the two pins on the cpu. A single strand of copper wire stripped from a telephone modem line. The job requires delicate hands and a pair of tweezers. Remember double check and re-check you have place the wire in the right hole before replacing your cpu. If you were successful, drop me email I would love to know about it.

In theory the following Celeron M wtih 400MHz FSB should work:
350, 360, 370, 380 & 390. Make sure your CPU is 90nm architecture; 130nm might be too hot.

What I would like to know is how fast the Celeron M 390 (1.7MHz)(400FSB) is going to be after overclocking . . . do share the results if you've done it.

Lastly, if your processor runs at 533MHz FSB then don't bother with this overclocking stuff. It shouldn't work at all.