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Overclocking RB112

Fri Dec 08, 2006 2:26 pm

Hi,

I found this topic:
I setted RB112 to 200Mhz by adding 1khz resistor to R7 position and jumper on JP7. Works fine
Nice, thanks for sharing 8)
Can anyone confirm this ?
If yes, can You make any photos ?

Thanks,
MJ
 
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Re: Overclocking RB112

Tue Jan 30, 2007 7:27 am

Hi,

I found this topic:
I setted RB112 to 200Mhz by adding 1khz resistor to R7 position and jumper on JP7. Works fine
Nice, thanks for sharing 8)
Can anyone confirm this ?
If yes, can You make any photos ?

Thanks,
MJ
The information suplied is mistaken! 1kHz resistor??? second grade physics. Resistors -> ohms not hz :-) So you may experiment with kΩ resistors and let us know buddy :-)

Good luck
 
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Tue Jan 30, 2007 12:24 pm

Infineon reports that it will not be stable if you do this, but well - it's your router and you are free to try.
 
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Re: Overclocking RB112

Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:30 pm

Well this is rebelliously too late, but for those interested, this does work.


The rb112 are really too underpowered to do anything with and we have a room full of them, hence trying to revive them for something simple.

I would however like to know what is meant by not stable?
Ive been running a bandwidth test for hours thus far.

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echo "Demo license expired!"
echo "Please reinstall the router."
echo
kill -WINCH 1
exit
 
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Re: Overclocking RB112

Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:44 pm

in that case - it works for you
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Re: Overclocking RB112

Wed Oct 14, 2009 3:11 pm

Is it maybe just a matter of cooling?
As you can see because the board is underpowered i actually don't use one of the Mini-PCI's and have opted to attach a mini heat sink to the CPU. "Just In-case"
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echo "Demo license expired!"
echo "Please reinstall the router."
echo
kill -WINCH 1
exit

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