Ok I have upgraded the memory, installed a bigger (8gig) hard drive, changed the logic board out(bad lan) and swapped the processor card from a 233 mHz to a 333mHz. Guess I should have been taking pictures of all this... Next I am grabbing the soldering iron and overclocking the cpu... gonna practice on the 233, say take it to 300 as that is supposed to be stable. Then crank up the 333 to 400 after I get the hang of looking through a magnifying glass while I solder. My question, has this been done so many times I should not bother covering it here?
Edit; Griffer, I just saw your post after I sent mine, not trying to steal your thunder
Post edited by: anil8tor, at: 2005/07/23 15:44
Macbook 2.1 core duo 1gig 160gb sata iMac g5 w/1 gig 160gig all-in-one and SWEET! iBook G4 IGhz Quicksilver Dual 800's iPod touch "Guys, I think we just lost the platform here" Pete Conrad When in doubt, try SCE to AUX
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