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laptop memory timings, SPD

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by mrhuggles, Oct 16, 2010.

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    what would be the quickest easiest way for me to take the SPD profile for 667mhz or 800mhz and overwrite the 533mhz with one of those 2? trying to overclock my computer and i think the memory timings are getting in the way. ATOM n280
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    thanks! that worked :) partial success, didnt take my overclock any further tho, maybe i missed something
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    Sorry, don't have an ASUS.
    But, the wife's MSI U100 can be OCed in the bios (MSI made it that way) and, then using Fn+F10 to turn it off/on.
    It will do an overclock of either 8%, 15% or 24% (tried it and it works); but, I don't use it, as she, just surfs the web, shops QVC, and does a few word/spreadsheet things.

    Maybe, ASUS has something like it.

    Depending on model, it seems, they do.
    ASUS Eee PC 1101HA 0309 BIOS Re-enables Overclocking – Download it now!

    :)
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    im actually trying to do something a little deeper, trying to figure out exactly why the N280 based netbooks dont wanna go past 180fsb or so, i think maybe the northbridge just doesnt wanna go higher, i wonder if some kind of BSEL mod or something could be possible, did alot of googleing and couldnt find a thing

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