Originally Posted by Munkul
hey guys, new to the forum. i did the vcore mod to the board, but now when i select the relevant voltages to push it past 1.45v, the thing wont boot. it gets past post, ten stops with a _ flashing. i know i did the volt mod properly, cause when i reboot, i can see in the bios voltage monitor that there is the voltage that i selected ie 1.500. i used a proper conductive pen, not solder. oh, yeah, and when i was doing it, i got ink ALL over the voltage chip terminals. i managed to dissolve all of it (i think) with lighter fluid. ive tried 4 different official bioses (or is the plural biosi?
Hi and welcome, so I assume you put your voltage setting in your BIOS actually to 1.110 (I think that is the setting for 1.5V, I know 1.150V in BIOS=1.55V REAL)?? As it sounds to me that you have sleceted the wrong BIOS voltage to equate to your new voltmod, there is no BIOS setting for 1.500 in the BIOS real, 1.075 - 1.150 are your new settings for the REAL voltage of 1.475V - 1.55V. Hows about that then am at work without my computer and I even remembered it, how sad! Just try it on 1.150 as I am sure that is the right setting for 1.55V and let me know how you get on. CPU_Z version 1.34 or earlier should be installed or perhaps motherboard monitor and that will confirm the core voltage for you, if you don't have them already you can download them from this site, under the download section.