Yes, that's right, I overclocked the
5300. I turned a 5300cs 100MHz laptop in to a 117MHz speed demon
and space heater! Ok, it's not that hot. In fact, my 5300cs has
been running straight for weeks on end without restarting or crashing
- 117MHz is easily attainable and stable! Go ahead, check it out.
This is a work in progress, but it's
about 80% complete. Take a look, maybe you'll find some answers
to questions you didn't know you had.
This is also a work in progress, and
it's about 50% complete. It's a visual guide to the major features
of the 5300 logic board. It's also a pretty good companion to section
Digital Picture Frame
It seems like everyone is making their
own digital picture frame these days. Some of them are better than
others, of course. This digital picture frame is built from a 5300,
so it's pretty standard in terms of hardware capabilities, but it
does have a unique feature that I have yet to see in other picture
frames. It's wireless!
Your 1 shot stop for all things 5300.
We've got a guide to repairing the common 5300 issues coming soon.
It will cover the notorious power socket problem among others. Finally,
we've also got plans to set up a photo-tour of the 5300's guts right
down to the case stiffener. We've also got a guide to upgrading
a 5300cs to full 5300ce status (as soon as we get the extra VRAM
working...). Stay tuned!