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|7th July 2005, 03:40||#11|
there's more to mobiles then just better silicon: mobiles tend to do far worse then regular Axp's when it comes to heat. once past 50°C and you'll run into major stability problems.
other then that, you would need a kick *** (modded) board to supply a reasonably stable 2.1V to the cpu.
|9th July 2005, 21:44||#13|
Hehe Cheers Teus!
So whats the max you guys reckon i could get a 2600 mobile running at on this set-up???
My 2400+ is quite limited, with no multi adjustment im held back&the FSB sucks really :/, i think i might get me a mobile 2600
Would i be likely to get close to 3Ghz? - since 2700hmz are quite common with the max (standard) volts - would my voltmodded board be able to sqeeze any more speed out of it??
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