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Here is a guide i created of helpful information from different locations. for anyone who has a tool ps2, please enjoy.
 

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So I upgraded the processor in my DTL-T10000H using the PCI815VE board to the 1ghz processor (a long time ago), and I think the only thing it really does is create more heat inside the machine.

I was going to upgrade the RAM to compliment the processor upgrade, but couldn't find any (because it's so old) that would work. Maybe that's the secret.

Like your guide says, I don't think there were any added "benefits" from doing this however.
 

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So I upgraded the processor in my DTL-T10000H using the PCI815VE board to the 1ghz processor (a long time ago), and I think the only thing it really does is create more heat inside the machine.

I was going to upgrade the RAM to compliment the processor upgrade, but couldn't find any (because it's so old) that would work. Maybe that's the secret.

Like your guide says, I don't think there were any added "benefits" from doing this however.
from what i have read, it dosent add any benefits because the dev stuff that the tool uses is set at a specific speed and there is no way to make it faster. and due to the age of the software and hardware. it may not cooperate very well with an increased speed vs what it is use to.
 
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