[clug] Dreambook Laptop.

Nigel Cunningham ncunningham at cyclades.com
Fri Jan 13 23:18:56 GMT 2006


On Saturday 14 January 2006 08:46, Ben wrote:
> I got the same model, with a similar configuration, around the same
> time. I had a few issues with some guys in Brisbane, but Pioneer were
> very helpful, and I should be able to deal direct with them in future.
> Unfortunately, the client wanted Windows, but I was able to have a bit
> of fun tweaking it. I selected a Turion MT-37 CPU (2.0GHz), 25Watt @
> 1.2V?.
> The CPU ran stable at around 1.05 Volts at 2.0GHz, and I was able to
> drop it from 1.00V to the minium 0.80V at 800MHz, making for some
> excellent power savings.
> There's a nice guide to ripping the thing apart here:
> http://www.overclockers.com/tips1192/index.asp
> And a (Windows) guide to tweaking Turion/Radeon based laptops here:
> http://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/showthread.php?t=134927
> Regards,
> Ben

Thanks for the info! I'm interested in the underclocking - the 9 cell is 
lasting a good few hours, but if I can make it last longer, all the better 
(it's not like I'm running games).

That guy who too the computer to pieces was pretty daring!



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