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  1. Well, you forced me to http://pbrd.co/14cvSok
  2. Well, that's another level.
  3. So I heard you want to do extreme overclocking. This is for pussies: http://pbrd.co/14RMcxt This is for serious men: http://pbrd.co/14RMh43 As you can see, big difference: http://pbrd.co/14RMi87 From 5dl to 1.1L. Lots of flood
  4. Couldn't we use the kernel version/model and other information at hand to guess the device name, and so its components ?
  5. We're basically on a unknown land and we have to explore and map it so that we can use it better. I might get an ODROID since it's more powerful than an RPi (mine's dedicated to something else now). One hand doesn't make any noise, but two do, right ? As for the heat issue, you can put an AMD heatsink (big ones) on the bottom. I think that would do the trick.
  6. Nice one ! I am personally lost in Linux sometimes, so rebuilding a whole kernel... hats off !
  7. @Massman: Well, if all we've got is configuration files (RPi) and registry tweaks (others), all we can do is, as you said, find some PLL-looking overclocking. But apart from that, we're far from settings like load-line calibration and case latency. I think we'll have to wait for the industry to provide some tools or products that are more OC-friendly.
  8. Nope, what is that ? @Christian: nice one
  9. @Christian: thanks @Massman: the R300 GPU has for 64-bit lanes and each chip is 64-bit (DDR) so no problem on that. The chip is able to manage 64, 128 or 256MB according to http://www.gpureview.com/radeon-x300-se-card-85.html. The only thing that might be problematic is the BIOS which I didn't flash before doing the transplant. I think it should detect up to 128MB and the other 128 will stay unused until a BIOS flash. Also, I think some memory chips are well soldered so I'll check that to see if it changes the situation.
  10. For this, we will need: - similar memory chips, - desoldering tools (IR station or hot air gun, electronically adjustable highly preferred), - "chip sucker", - 100W soldering iron with flat tip, - thermometer (optionnal), - one or two "third hand", - solder wick, - aluminum foil to protect some parts, - flux. If anyone wants the full process with images, tell me and I'll adjust the post. We take chips from a healthy DDR module to put them on a VGA to increase its memory amount. With the heat gun, we remove chips from the graphics card. Then we put on
  11. ^this If you use Android, this might be useful. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2192893 Seems like an access to the kernel, which allows overclocking as well as other stuff.
  12. Well, then we have to do any tweak there is to do with the GUI and then shut it down, I suppose ?
  13. Will you be running it on Ubuntu or Android ? Maybe the first one (Xubuntu) is slightly better for Java operations...
  14. bunny bunnyextraction bunnying bunnyextraction edit: wohat
  15. Just leaving this here... http://s15.postimg.org/90e0xfpll/WP_000013.jpg
  16. Well, I don't really know you but... recover fast. !
  17. Not sure, we better wait for Bart to confirm.
  18. Extremely fast shipping, great transaction.
  19. We could use things like http://www.dhgate.com/product/lm317-assembly-board-dc-dc-ac-dc-voltage/159646661.html to control the Vin.
  20. Seems like a JavaScript injection. I personally don't know how to do it, but I think you've got to change the source code of a page for the code to be executed.
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