well my inspirion 6000 should be here soon and i noticed i accidentally selected the 725 pentium M with 400mhz FSB instead of the 730 with 533 FSB. Is this going to make much of a difference at all?
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8/13/05 at 1:57pm
Originally Posted by sakor1
Yes, but lucky for you it is pin-mod to the rescue! Effectively you can make yourself a 2.13GHz CPU there
Originally Posted by gmnstrunr37
Out of curiosity, all first-generation Dothan (B1) procs are effectively 2.13 GHz with the pin-moid?
And how does the pin-mod work? (Why does it work?)
Originally Posted by /v\ike
yeah i just read it, and i dont think im going to do it. well maybe after ive had my laptop for a while, seems like having the CPU constantly overclocked couldnt be good for it