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get more vcore under load: vdroop pencil mod (pics)

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by graysky, Jun 11, 2007.

  1. DOM

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    that isn't how it goes with other things... but it is with a volt mod.i would go 5mm
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    yep either would work great, it IS easier if you have an actual pencil to apply the 'lead'


    I did it, worked like a charm and lowered my idle OC temp 5C
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    could i do this to my Gigabyte board to get more power for my OC? I want 1.6v not 1.57-1.59v
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    if you find the vdoop mod for it cuz mine at 1.7 I get 1.62 or 1.63 on load :(
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    mine is set at 1.55v and it runs at 1.57v most of the time.
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    Well it worked :toast::D

    3.2GHz

    1.35v Bios

    1.312v Idle in Windows

    1.296v Load " " ORTHOS Small FFTs

    1.336v Load and Idle with Vdroop Mod :D

    3.6Ghz

    1.6v Bios

    1.552v Idle in Windows

    1.528v Load " " ORTHOS Small FFTs

    1.592v Load and Idle with Vdroop Mod :eek:

    :toast:graysky even thogh it took me 3+ months :laugh:
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    @dom: glad to hear it worked for ya! You sounded skeptical, you should know better :)

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