RE: [nslu2-linux] Re: TurboSlugs: Adventures in overclocking
- OK soldering and electronics skills I have..Linux I am lacking. When the rain rolls in tomorow afternoon as it does every day now in the summer I'll modify mine.Can anyone tell me the best way to check the speed or frequency of the processor, I would like to do a before and after.Rich-----Original Message-----On 01 Jul 2005 21:34:51 +0200, Steinar Midtskogen <steinar@...> wrote:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Rod Whitby
Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 5:32 PM
Subject: Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: TurboSlugs: Adventures in overclocking
> Ok, I'm convinced. Off the resistor went. And I now see 263
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rod Whitby <list.yahoo@r...>
> On 7/12/05, Rob Lockhart <rlockhar@g...> wrote:friend or
> > I would suggest if you can't do this yourself, ask either a
> > someone at a nearby EE hardware lab. You can't use a bluntsoldering
> > iron tip to do this without risking possible damage to the padsand
> > corresponding traces.in
> Note that we had a choice between two resistors for this mod, and we
> chose the one which was safest to remove with a blunt instrument.
> There are no traces underneath or running parallel to the resistor
> question, so it would be pretty hard to damage something.Thanks Rod, that's good to know. I may end up doing something like
Jason did with a snipper of some sort.
The detailed tips from Jeff and Rob are inspiring though and much
appreciated. I'm going to open up my slug, take a look at the task,
and see if I'm up for a little desoldering.