Hey guys, I see that there's still people trying to give a second youth to a good 'ol 1201N, and I'm one of them. Started from upgrading it to 4GB DDR2-800 Mhz (and here a question: would it support the 1066 DDR2?) and now trying to overclock it. There seems to be lots of notes on how to do that properly, but none of them seemed to work for me yet. Hopefully I'll find some help here !
So what's the best tool and way to accomplish that?
been looking for this
oh well, found the ion.ini on Mega lol.
**** you all and your stupid 5 post counter bullshit.
I hope you all die of cancer.
I never used to notice clockers on this site but now that things are a little quieter they stick out a mile. Could we not ditch the 5 post rule and just let the grabbers come and go?
Would be less work for the Mods and less annoying for the genuine members, either that or downloads for premium members or 200+ posts. There has to be a better way
Should quests be allowed to come here and grad and run?? I don't think that should happen.
How the fook admin/mods deal with it is beyond me. But filtering out post clockers will always continue while 5 post rule is there.
you really do need to put something in to get something back.
5 posts is NOT a hard task.
Im not really 100% up to speed with the cost of running a site is.
With a site like here and over 1.7 billion views speaks volume.
Maybe start a thread up to see what members think?
But my opinion is "keep it as it is"
the post clockers spam for a reason......
there looking files that others don't offer.
within in 5 mins of my post there's a post clocker.
Last edited by river4ever; 17th December 2016 at 00:10. Reason: Post clocker update.
i'm sure he'll be back under a diffrent username for information on how to use his file..
ou don't need the download, shlomi002 posted the text you needed to write your own .ini file in the one above yours.
As it was shlomi that also asked about the HP Mini 311, I'm assuming he at least tested it before posted it before posting. Even so, you use the information at your own risk.