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That information is what I can't seem to find out. Lenovo offers no support on the spec's of their motherboards.
post #302 of 521
What motherboard is it? Usually you can find the chipset information and go from there to see if the chipset supports it.
    
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This is what CPU-Z lists.
Chip set: p35/g33/g31
South bridge: 82801gb (ICH7/R)
LPCIO: IT8718
Manufacturer: Lenove
Model: Lenovo

Bios
Brand: Lenovo
Version: 52KT52AUS
Date: 01/14/2009

I'm thinking something is locked on this machine.
post #304 of 521
See if there are models of that desktop with 1066 and 1333 processors. Example on ebay or whatever.

If there are maybe you are missing a BIOS update?
    
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Originally Posted by choppinrice View Post
This is what CPU-Z lists.
Chip set: p35/g33/g31
South bridge: 82801gb (ICH7/R)
LPCIO: IT8718
Manufacturer: Lenove
Model: Lenovo

Bios
Brand: Lenovo
Version: 52KT52AUS
Date: 01/14/2009

I'm thinking something is locked on this machine.
The chipset is most certainly capable of running 333 FSB (thats what it is rated for), but some boards just wont take the pin mod. Gigabyte boards wont even boot with the mod from my experience. I have been able to do the pin mod on Dell's P35 chipset based PCs though.
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post #306 of 521
None that I have found go higher than a E5200@800.
post #307 of 521
Called Lenovo ( India) and was advised that my unit will support the e7400 c2d processor.
Could my problem be that the system always sees the processor as a e2220 and is blocking the pin mod increase, Kinda like a auto detect circuit or something?
post #308 of 521
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Originally Posted by choppinrice View Post
None that I have found go higher than a E5200@800.
Check out the Intel White Paper on the Q35/Q33, G35/G33/G31,
P35/P31 chipsets:

...See page 10 for FSB support (1333 is 333 FSB) and page 8 for supported ram speeds...
http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/whitepaper/316971.pdf
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post #309 of 521
OK i see that the chips more than support higher than 800 fsb and Lenovo has told me that I can install a e7400 on my motherboard which is a higher fsb.
So why is the pin mod on my e2220 not working?
I have no adjustments in my Bios that I can change ie: Cpu choice, Fsb, ram voltage and timings etc.
post #310 of 521
You're not going to find those in an OEM (Lenovo, HP, Dell) BIOS, that's where the pinmod comes in. If this stuff was easily adjustable in the BIOS, we wouldn't have to try this ... or would have less reason to.

Can you take a picture of the CPU? That way we can confirm it is being done right.

I have an e2200 at home, I might try it on to see if it works.
    
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