IBM Thinkpad 770 Processor Upgrade
Never-before-seen video shows viewers the guts of a portable PC! on pricewatch it says like 40GB for IBM. I'm hoping this group can help. i have a feeling the HD the previous owner put in here is rather slow perhaps. this content
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All use Trident Cyber 9397 graphics chips with 2mb memory in the 770 and 4MB memory in the 770E/770ED and up. I can only speculate. The FSB clock of TP770 can be tuned by using softFSB up to 80MHz. This is just a beginning list.
Thread Status: Not open for further replies. So I removed it and installed two of PC100-256MB DIMMs. 2: After doing this upgrade, memory check in Easy-setup issues an error. Top Profile Reply with quote mdbrown Post subject: PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2004 10:24 pm Offline Freshman Member Joined: Sat Apr 24, 2004 10:41 am Posts: 53 Well, I SimpleTech IBM Thinkpad 770 Hard Drive Upgrade Part Number: STMTP770HD30000 Where to Buy Visit manufacturer site for details.
The 440BX chipset should be able to handle pc66 & pc100, with a max addressable of 1 gb RAM, according to Intel's data. So when I want to boot up Linux, I first boot up freedos (or any other DOS), enable the L2 cache by using 'cache-enabler 1.20' http://dennemoso.homeip.net/ and load the Linux kernel IBM ThinkPad 770X - Model that featured the slightly improved Pentium II that ran at 300MHz. Beyond cutting edge, Scott goes where no computer book author has gone before--right past all the effusive warranty stickers, hidden screws, and the fear factor to produce a real owners manual
Top Profile Reply with quote sickofit Post subject: PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2004 6:19 pm Offline Sophomore Member Joined: Sat Apr 17, 2004 4:49 pm Posts: 176 Location: Canada As far as what's in the laptop memory wise... There are rumors that the 770X/Z's DC/DC card has a lower threshold for turning on the Fan, so I've ordered one and am awaiting it, as well as the 770X/Z's fan If you want the system to boot cleanly, perhaps you better stay with the current CPU.
I tried using SandraSoft on my Z (modified, 400mhz and 256 - 100mhz memory) and it still reports 66mhz. news This is just a guess. Later..... and speed wise, i'm not sure of any programs that can tell you that.
I tried using SandraSoft on my Z (modified, 400mhz and 256 - 100mhz memory) and it still reports 66mhz. InfoWorld also celebrates people, companies, and projects. I call it my "Frankenpad". have a peek at these guys I think i can drop anoter 128MB stick and it'd be max.
What I know about the Various 770's The early models were P200's, 233's, and pII 266's. I also want to know the real answer. I plan on doing this with my 770x and was curious.
I would like to run like upwards of 256.
I have the DC/DC card already, and some of the other parts I need. The machine now boots as it did originally. I had a 770E (14" display) which I put in the case from a 13" 770. Same...I just ignore... 3: After doing this upgrade, my TP770X can no longer boot from CDROM.
I've done some search and haven't definitively confirmed what I can upgrade to. CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. I upgraded it to a PentiumII 300mhz processor with the following flaws. check my blog If you've ever built a model car, you'll find it simple.
I used the bios mod mentioned on page 3 of this post. GRR!! In order to boot the OS, I first need to push ESC in the first error, then push F1 in the next error and finally the OS boots up. (This is Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology.
Stock for the X and Z was 64 meg in a rather difficult to change spot. Go to the following URL and see the article #519-#520 http://bbs.infoseek.co.jp/Board01?user=monkung&pn=13 Top Profile Reply with quote Guest Post subject: PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2004 2:36 am My next post I went out and bought an 802.11 setup as my girlfriend will be moving in with me shortly. Later All!!!