Oh, one more thing... Does anyone have a clue if overclocking titanium's bus freq is possible? Bumping up the fsb a bit (most PC133 SDRAM DIMM's can handle it) could lead to more significant performance gains...
orcinus, take a look at the mod techniques section of the mod guides. There is a painting guide that will tell you just about everything that you need to know.
Yeah, i saw the guide (really nicely put together, btw), but i'm not sure how much of the needed tools/supplies i could find/get... (especially since i don't live in USA so all the product names probably don't apply)
Also, i'm not sure if things'd be that easy with titanium (AFAIK, you need a special primer to make the paintjob stick, and i don't know if it's safe to just sand down the old primer/paint)...
I think i'll ask around a bit first to see if anyone knows someone professional with the right tools/experience to do something like that, before i look into trying it myself.
Newer powerbooks run so hot already, oc'ing them is so risky. Look at the heatsink on a powermac g4 1.25, now look at your powerbook. Funny thought huh. I am really curious to know if you got it worked out or not. Hope so.
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