I took a look at the motherboard right around the CPU in the hi-res picture on the hacking site. It reminded me of the Casio E-115. The cpu's ARE different, but the whole gist seems to be the same. So i looked over an e-115 overclocking guide, and i saw some very interesting things. The are a few frequency determining resistors left open (on the e-115) and connecting those resistor-slots will either overclock or underclock your e-115. I looked at the pod, and there seems to be several different occasions of open slots. But here is how you can help me. Which is the main CPU? is it the toshiba or the other big black one? If you have ANY other technical info on the epod, PLEASE state it here or post a link.
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