Re: [NTLK] SER-001 Information

From: Humphreys, David (URB) (
Date: Fri Jun 21 2002 - 15:38:30 EDT

> Do tell! What are you working on before I spend $100 I
> shouldn't to get
> a PIX board.
> Fred
>> The SER-001 can live quite happily with the PIX solution overclocking
>> board but I have my own solution
>> in the works...
>> PCBman

Oh, nothing really...

..just a crystal-less, variable speed, software-controlled overclocking
solution. :)

The project name is GEARSHIFT.

It's not going to happen next week, but I have proven the concept and I now need to work on the control side of things.

It WILL require some soldering. This is unavoidable. It will be no more that the Pixsolution board. It will be
compatible with the SER-001, however, and this was one of the reasons I went ahead and produced the rev B SER-001
boards. I wanted a solution that would not require you to pitch your existing boards, but that would supplement them. It
does just that so your investment, whether in the past or in the future, is safe.

Also, I am working on an audio enhancement project that I believe you will all love. I don't want to give too much away
at the moment. Let's just say I am experimenting with a way to make the audio sound 'twice as good'.
More to follow on this subject in the coming months.

Has this whet your collective appetites???



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