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Can you check the board for a crystal? It'll be a silver box or oval and have the frequency printed on the top. If there is a 100 MHz crystal, we may be out of luck.
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Ill pop it open sometime this weekend again and check again. No word from setFSB and I even emailed the bios manufacturer but havent heard from them either.
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Next can I help you overclock your toaster to get up to 10% higher scores on the Bread Benchmark?
    
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Next can I help you overclock your toaster to get up to 10% higher scores on the Bread Benchmark?
Ha! I don't like my toast burnt tho...

But seriously "the pursuit of performance", we just wanna get more outta this cheap little thing than its supposed to lol... even if it kills itself by overheating. Maybe we can look into water cooling a netbook?
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Next can I help you overclock your toaster to get up to 10% higher scores on the Bread Benchmark?
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It would make sense that they wouldnt be in the settings because when I downloaded setfsb the website said it had just got its first update in a year...



Normally yes but since its was made by Acer the motherboard only shows up as "Acer AO532H". I know its made by foxconn because it is visible when you take off the bottom but the model number is covered up by a part of the chassis that I cant seem to get off.
you are correct about foxconn making the mobo, the atom processors are fairly new and i'm messing with setfsb for my asus, however i'd watch what you make that processor do because from my experience with them they are insanely sensitive and become unstable quickly. there is an atom processor that uses a higher voltage that has the same socket though, that one should support higher speeds w/o becoming as unstable
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post #27 of 65
Found the PLL. You can see it in the service manual. The first pic of the mobo in the BIOS flashing section. It's right beside the clock generator.

SLG8SP553VTR

That's the one, in the pic (look at the service manual on pg. 2 of this thread) you can see "SLG8SP55" and that's all. Knowing PLL's as soon as I saw the SLG I knew I'd found it. We need software that supports it.

YEAH!!!! Lets get O/C'ing.

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Can you check the board for a crystal? It'll be a silver box or oval and have the frequency printed on the top. If there is a 100 MHz crystal, we may be out of luck.
It's a 32mhz clock crystal.
Edited by nexxusty - 5/7/10 at 1:15pm
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BUMP!!!

Need to get the ball rolling here. Any ideas boys?
post #29 of 65
Just emailed the SetFSB creator, in Japanese.

So hopefully that will get us some support. Here's hoping boys.
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Nice find! Hopefully a setFSB update will come out supporting it. And from some other forums it looks like 2.25Ghz is capable and stable. It also overclocks the GPU at the same time since its linked and built into the processor.

Whats 500 yen equal to USD wise anyway?
Edited by tweek43110 - 5/9/10 at 8:18pm
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