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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by mrhuggles, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. mrhuggles

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    that p4 isnt a netbook is it?
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    Look at the Link I Provided in my previous post, No where near a netbook. More like a Centrino ++ unit lol
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    that is a really nice looking laptop.
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    Ya its outdated but it never overheats like newer laptops, and the CPU is supposed to run hot but the fans do a bang up job of keeping it cool, Diff between the 1 in the pick and mine is the Silver accents and a few other Tech specs u see in my image uploads. If i was able to update it I would swap the mobo, GPU and powerbrick for upgraded parts.
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    welp, i tried memset, it crashed trying to change timings at all regardless of what i changed them too, also the CAS# latency was not changeable odd, maybe i guess if i get really desperate i could put my memory module in a different computer and change its SPD
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    woah, SPDTool seems to be able to read properly while cpuz is loaded?

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