Originally Posted By: "boodle "

I did this mod a couple of years ago with some success. The additional heat/voltage eventually fried the logic board. I was able to boost it to 1.3GHz for short spans but it ran reliably at 1.13GHz. The voltage mod is particularly hairy.

Check out my old thread for a play-by-play:
http://www.macmod.com/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,222/topic,128.0

Unforutnately, it looks like the images got lost during MacMod's forum-engine transition.
Originally Posted By: "boodle "

I did this mod a couple of years ago with some success. The additional heat/voltage eventually fried the logic board. I was able to boost it to 1.3GHz for short spans but it ran reliably at 1.13GHz. The voltage mod is particularly hairy.

Check out my old thread for a play-by-play:
http://www.macmod.com/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,222/topic,128.0

Unforutnately, it looks like the images got lost during MacMod's forum-engine transition.


Thanks Boodle
too bad that those images are lost.  Do you remember how much you increased the voltage?  I'm definitly freaked out to try this... I'm going to buy an already fried board and practice my soldering... as well as buying a new iron. How much use did you get out of the machine before it fried?  since I'm rebuilding the case,  I'll have some room to add better cooling (no water!) so I'm hoping that will be the factor that lets me run stable at 1.3.
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