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Sorry for the bump but I am considering a BSEL mod of my CPU, the bios is locked and I am doing this to buy myself time before changing my system.
My mobo:
ASUS P5SD2-VM
CPU:
Dual Core E5200 2.5 ghz
I have a 700W psu so I think it'll take a voltage increase.
Stock cooler
FSB can oc to 1066
sis 671/fx/dx/mx chipset
southbridge is sis 968
Looking at speedfan, the vcore is at 1.22v.

ASUS specs page for the mobo:
http://www.asus.com/Product.aspx?P_I...specifications

I heard there were problems with sis chipsets, can I oc my CPU without frying my system? I can get an aftermarket cooler, I just want to know about the possibility of oc'ing using this method.

Cheers!

Oh and hai btw, I'm a newbie!
Edited by rsslcs - 10/19/10 at 12:09pm
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Someone may knows about this:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...00-2-93-a.html
    
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I want to pinmod my E5300, but I can only find Silver Conductive Ink. Is that the same?
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Is there any other way to short the pads out other than conductive ink, i have soldering iron and/or other useful things... just wondering if it would be safe to do so.

Just wanna see how high my P4 520 will go, got it at 4GHz at stock voltage at the moment
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Hi !

Really good guide ! But unfortunately I'm experiencing problems frown.gif

Today I decided to overclock my core duo E4300 1.8Ghz processor , but after some research it appeared that my MS-7293VP motherboard does not support overclocking. But luckily I came across this guide. So I bought a Nickel Conductive pen and gave this mod a shot. It was a delicate work but everything went pretty fine. I carefully connected the dots as shown in the ''800->1066 FSB mod'' picture. I covered halves of the dots and made a conductive trace on the edge of the chip. After this delicate procedure I powered on my pc and checked whether the cpu ran at higher speed or not. And this is where the unfortunate has shown itself, for some reason the processor has been UNDERclocked. Now it ran at 1.2 Ghz. It seems that the multiplier has been decreased to x6 and the FSB speed and the BUS speed haven't been affected. How is that possible? Did I do something wrong? headscratch.gif Do I have to apply the VID mod also? Here is some more detailed info on my system:

System Information
Time of this report: 12/27/2010, 23:29:19
Machine name: FSC-DATOR
Operating System: Windows Vista™ Home Premium (6.0, Build 6002) Service Pack 2 (6002.lh_sp2rtm.090410-1830)
Language: English (Regional Setting: Swedish)
System Manufacturer: FUJITSU SIEMENS
System Model: MS-7293VP
BIOS: Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 4300 @ 1.80GHz (2 CPUs), ~1.8GHz
Memory: 2046MB RAM
Page File: 1448MB used, 3605MB available
Windows Dir: C:\Windows
DirectX Version: DirectX 10
DX Setup Parameters: Not found
DxDiag Version: 6.00.6001.18000 32bit Unicode


I still haven't removed the nickel conductive trace on the chip, I 'll wait for some help. Your help will be much appreciated! Thanks!

P.S. I'll soon upload a picture of my CPU chip with the mod applied!
Edited by RE-EM - 12/28/10 at 2:03pm
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@ RE-EM

Your CPU is underclocking to save power, it'll drop the multiplier when its idling, then put it back up when its needed. There should be an option called 'Speedstep' in your BIOS somewhere, turn it off if you want your processor to run at full speed 24/7.
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Thank you for your reply! Well, I looked through the whole BIOS and I found nothing similar to ''speedstep''. But even if I had that option turned off , the cpu would still run at the default speed 9x200. Why didn't the speed increase to 9x266 mhz? And why did the FSB speed remain the same (800mhz) ?
I hope there is a trick to fix this problem

Oh by the way I tested performance of several games and the games ran awful like never before.
Edited by RE-EM - 12/28/10 at 4:15am
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Thank you for your reply! Well, I looked through the whole BIOS and I found nothing similar to ''speedstep''. But even if I had that option turned off , the cpu would still run at the default speed 9x200. Why didn't the speed increase to 9x266 mhz? And why did the FSB speed remain the same (800mhz) ?
I hope there is a trick to fix this problem

Oh by the way I tested performance of several games and the games ran awful like never before.

Can you get a picture of your CPU with the mod applied? Thanks
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Check my first post you'll find a picture of my CPU with the mod applied
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Well you've got the right pins, so the problem could be with the motherboard probably using the CPU's ID to determine the FSB speed, instead of the pins.

That said, have you checked your motherboard supports CPU's with 1066 FSB's? Did you try resetting your BIOS after doing the mod?
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