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Added Multiplier, Bus, and Voltage modification for 17" High-Res and Low-Res PowerBooks!
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just a little detail: there's nothing like Powerbook G5. "G5" CPU's are IBM-made 970 and have nothing to do with Motorola MP7447/8 "G4s". G5s were never put into any portable because (officialy) Apple thought it's just too power hungry. Later then they put Intel Dual Core in. So your Powerbook G5 Hi-Res should be Powerbook G4 Hi-Res for both 15" and 17" form factors.

Later today i'll check your instructions with the one I have and know they are working as kind of verification. Can you post some more information about blocked L2 cache if you know?
Edited by ventyl - 12/20/13 at 4:02am
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just a little detail: there's nothing like Powerbook G5. "G5" CPU's are IBM-made 970 and have nothing to do with Motorola MP7447/8 "G4s". G5s were never put into any portable because (officialy) Apple thought it's just too power hungry. Later then they put Intel Dual Core in. So your Powerbook G5 Hi-Res should be Powerbook G4 Hi-Res for both 15" and 17" form factors.

Later today i'll check your instructions with the one I have and know they are working as kind of verification. Can you post some more information about blocked L2 cache if you know?

the schematic is my source for information. A 7448 has the same performance as a 970, when running at full capacity, and because of that, I consider the 7448 a G5 too.
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maybe when considering 32-bit performance, they are comparable per Ghz. but still, G5 is fully 64-bit CPU with completely different peripherial support (SATA2, Hypertransport, PCI-E) and requires completely different kernel to boot (at least linux uses different kernel to boot G4 and G5). slightly different cpu core with better out of order execution unit doesn't make it G5. It's better to call it like G4++. Another detail us that even 7447 desktop CPUs did have 1MB of L2 cache.

schematics are helpful for me because i have one partially broken board which is of no use anymore. i can try to overclock it without any damage to working machine.
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maybe when considering 32-bit performance, they are comparable per Ghz. but still, G5 is fully 64-bit CPU with completely different peripherial support (SATA2, Hypertransport, PCI-E) and requires completely different kernel to boot (at least linux uses different kernel to boot G4 and G5). slightly different cpu core with better out of order execution unit doesn't make it G5. It's better to call it like G4++. Another detail us that even 7447 desktop CPUs did have 1MB of L2 cache.

schematics are helpful for me because i have one partially broken board which is of no use anymore. i can try to overclock it without any damage to working machine.

I have 2 non-working boards laying around myself. A 1.5 and 1.67 from 15".
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This sticky is now expanded to: TITANIUM POWERBOOKS and IBOOKS!!! smile.gif
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Hello everybody, this is my first post on this forum, I stumbled across this thread and just could not resist the temptation to ask rabidz7 and you all a few questions. I have a 15" high-res PowerBook, last model ever produced, with the Radeon 9700 and 2GB of DDR2 RAM; granted this is not my main machine, but I would love to push it a little more. I believe what makes the old PowerBooks feel sluggish compared to modern Macs (I myself own a 2011 15" MBP and the difference in speed is immense) is the extremely low bus speed. Basically I tried putting both my old Power Mac G4 (DA, 533MHz) and the PowerBook to the test and while the PowerBook is faster in some specific areas, the overall performance in 10.5.8 seems pretty much the same; they both utterly fail at playing 720p videos smoothly, but can play 480p ones fine (although the Power Mac's CPU usage is maxed out when playing an SD movie and the PowerBook's not). I strongly believe my PowerBook is being crippled by the system BUS, otherwise I cannot see how a 533MHz system from 2001 with only 640MB of RAM could perform almost as well as a 1.67GHz machine from:D2005. Anyone can confirm if my assumption is correct? If yes, is there any way to raise the BUS speed and would that be safe? I see rabidz7 has posted various configurations for CPU multipliers and I believe ramping up the BUS, but also lowering the multiplier would allow this machine to keep its original core clock (thus not generating more heat and keeping battery life acceptable) while potentially achieving BUS speeds up to 200MHz, this would not have any negative effect on the RAM as the DDR2 DIMMs in this model can run at up to 533MHz (I believe they are currently stuck at 333MHz, but feel free to correct me if I am wrong), but I fear this modification could damage other parts of the PowerBook.
Anyway, all I would need are some photos of where the resistors needed to configure BUS speed and multiplier are on the motherboard and I think I would give this a try. I have pretty good soldering skills and I believe I should be up to the task. biggrin.gif
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rabidz7 TBH I did think you were a troll and for that I'm sorry but after I read the OP I was impressed I never knew all this stuff before actually I never knew macs ever used anything other than x86 before and I agree with you that apple has lost its innovation and is only selling stuff because of that apple logo on their overpriced products
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