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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2012 5:41 pm 
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I tried this on my 1.5ghz X41 and got it running at 2.0 with semi-good results. I ran some benchmarks with Everest as well. CPU runs hotter, maxing out around 75c overclocked.

Memory is my problem. I'm getting intermittent BSODs with messages pertaining to memory faults so I've snipped the wire for now. I'm ordering a 2gb stick soon and will try again then.

Any recommendation on what memory to get for OC'ing?

--Dan

Here's a summary of the benchmarks:
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EVEREST Ultimate Edition
          
      Version     EVEREST v5.50.2100
      Benchmark Module     2.5.292.0


Memory Read
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Read Speed
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     2548 MB/s
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     3390 MB/s


Memory Write
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Write Speed
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     2125 MB/s
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     2832 MB/s


Memory Copy
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Copy Speed
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     2011 MB/s
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     2530 MB/s


Memory Latency
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Latency
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     123.6 ns
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     101.3 ns


CPU Queen
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     2911
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     3886


CPU PhotoWorxx
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     2624
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     3307


CPU ZLib
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     9130 KB/s
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     12194 KB/s


CPU AES
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     2647
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     3539


FPU Julia
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     599
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     804


FPU Mandel
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     280
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     373


FPU SinJulia
                         
      CPU     CPU Clock     Motherboard     Chipset     Memory     CL-RCD-RP-RAS     Score
      Pentium M LV 758     1500 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-400     4-3-3-9     337
      Pentium M LV 758     2000 MHz     [ TRIAL VERSION ]     i915GM Int.     Dual DDR2-533     4-4-4-12     450




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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2012 4:16 am 
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I live in Korea, and in Korea there are some workshops that can do the same modifications.
LED backlight is quite common in Korean workshops as well, and native SATA is available through a simple lead welding, for X41 motherboards are actually SATA from the birth. They are rather using PATA through a onboard converter. If you wire the SATA plugs onto the mainboard, the laptop actually recognizes SATA HDDs/SSDs without any BIOS modification(you will see 2010 error, though).
I'm not a specialist here, but I might be able to get some photos for Native SATA Modded X41...

BTW, X41Ts support all the Mods listed, and they are even easier to mod, especially the HDD, because larger dimensions make them easier to put in HDDs of various form factors and some additional components.


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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2012 9:17 am 
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Umm, X41 Tablet doesn't support the same method of overclocking, I tried it on two different X41 Tablet boards. On regular X41 it worked perfectly.

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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2012 4:54 am 
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@Raceboy: Ok that underlines my experiences with two X41t Boards, which both failed to OC.
@HoundKR: Your photos may help me a lot, because if the SATA Mod can be done easily, it will keep my X41t alive for much longer!


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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2012 9:20 am 
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The X41 SATA mod was documented already about 2 years ago: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=90285

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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2012 1:57 pm 
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Thrakath, you got a PM


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:15 am 
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Shouldnt this work on all x41? At least to some extent? Cause it worked fine on one x41 an the other identical one refused to even boot. Just a quick battery icon flash and then nowt... And i know i did it correctly.

EDIT: I kill that bloody dog! Chewed on the power cord while i wasnt looking.... *****Expletives removed by Moderator*****. Now i look like an idiot.

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