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#33204 by LordWiz
Wed Aug 03, 2005 9:40 pm
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#33204 by LordWiz
Wed Aug 03, 2005 9:40 pm

I've recently upgraded my HP Omnibook XE3L with a Pentium-III mobile CPU.
When I boot bios recognizes this CPU as a Pentium-III mobile 900 MHz, but it seems to lack support for speedstep?
This makes it run only 700 MHz when checking with CPU-Z etc. no matter the load... I've also tried various programs for controlling speedstep.. all of them leaves it at 700 MHz.
Now I'm curious.. I've seen other people add speedstep support to their BIOS'... But I'm not sure I'll be able to construct a bios that'll add support for speedstep without killing the board :-(
Does anyone know where to get a bios with speedstep support for this PC? Or perhaps I can flash it with XE3 bios that does support speedstep?
According to CPU-Z I'm using a I440BX/ZX chipset...