Hi guys, I've been extensively trying to figure out if my laptop has a GL960 or GM965 chipset, based on what sources I've used and what theories I've concluded for myself (especially considering the hardware in my machine). I have actually been trying for the best part of almost 2 years in a vain hope that I can find supporting information that will allow me to upgrade my computer to 4 GB of RAM and a Core 2 Duo T9300. As a bit of background, I'm aware that GL960s are not supposed to accept Core 2 Duos, but many people have them working fine with SpeedStep enabled, 800 MHz bus speed models reported as working and RAM reported as running at 667 MHz (GL960 apparently only supports DDR2-533). I just so happen to be one of these people. My laptop's current setup defies everything about the GL960 chipset (at least what Intel and ASUS state). In my setup, I have a Core 2 Duo T5900 (800 MHz FSB, SpeedStep working) with 3 GB of DDR2-800 RAM (4 GB produces blue screens after trying to enter Windows but it's recognized by the BIOS properly). I've also had a Penryn Celeron 925 work in my laptop as a test to see if Penryns would work. The RAM is downclocked to 667 MHz as I'm aware of the GM965 limitation. Here's the thing though - I'm constantly told that I have a GL960 chipset (including ASUS's specification), and yet nothing that I've stated above, matches. Various programs also state a GL960 @ 400 MHz present; the programs being AIDA64, CPU-Z, Geekbench and Speccy. Here though, GPU-Z reports a GM965 @ 500 MHz. I don't know if I should take GPU-Z's report as being an anomaly, or if it's the only one that is giving me the true chipset of the laptop. How reliable is the "GL960 or GM965" detection with the latest version of the program (0.7.2)? Thank you, Dylan.