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VCore Overvoltage on Abit Ai7 [i865PE]

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by top41, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. top41 New Member

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    I am using Abit ai7 with Celelon D (Prescott0
    I looked up in articles I searched from google.
    They say that CPU Vcore can push up to 1.9V.
    Unfortunately, their test systems is all Northwood.
    Mine is Prescott, How can I Push Vcore to 1.9V.
    I'm currenly can push maximum of only 1.7V
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    what is your all of your settings at and what kind of clock speeds are you trying to get?
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    I Just want to know if there is any way to raise CPU wo 1.9V
    Now I Can only 1.7V
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    you only raise the vcore for stability you want it to be low as poss;) ible
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    Maximize the Vcore
    Minimize the Heat
    OC to it's Maximum Potential.
    That's my words.
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    hey

    yes ther is a way an it wont fry the cpu but its gets dam warm its a wire mod i tryed it on a p4 1.8 an it worked on 1 board but not on a nuther but i did get 1.9v i have a pic of the mod an can tell u how to do it eay if u still wana try

    better have a nice cooler thow
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    Thanks, If I knew there is a way, then i got the hope.
    Any Link would be great, thanks alot.
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    hey

    ok i hope u can see the pic ok

    the way i did it was conected all 5 pins in that row together an it gave me 1.9 volt


    now the way i did it i havent seen down yet but i take a thin pice of wire make a small u an drop it into the socket. yull need 4 u.s

    cus by tyeing the pins on the cpu together u get the knots raiseing the cpu up on 1 corner posably throwing off the heat sink

    ouch i cant post a 400k pic thats sad

    ok um

    hope u can open the zip its just a pic no exe

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    Oh does it risk so much.
    I might do it.
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    hey

    only thing i warn is have a good heat sink

    this lil p4 1.8gh made it up to 45c on a all copper heat sink weight in around 400-500g

    evin with the 6600 rpm delta fan i had on it so try one wire at a time like one loop should go up gradguly

    just watch your temps basikly i havent fred a p4 yeat or seen a dead 1 the wasent cus of customer fuck up on install like bent pins brokin pins i fixed a sold a celiron 2.5 gh with 3 missin pins that was a job i tell yuh

    shouldent hurt it

    but long term high heat will

    evin short term high heat wont hurt them i have had sevral [and] cpu.s run games at 120c plus stable i did it just for testing an to see if the mobo temp shut off worked wich it dident lmao but dident hurt the cpu at all. but if seen many cpu.s after 3 years of 50-60c oh man they litraly self cook
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    hey

    ok got a new board well new to me intel 845e chip set volt mod dosent work at all but i can get my p4 1.8 to 2.8 stable with 1.650v core goes up to 1.725 in bios but dosent help

    u can genraly look for a 1gh oc from p.4 single cores

    p4 2.8gh 1mg 3.9gh stable stock v core an heat sink [skt 478]

    celiron 3.3gh 4.3gh with stock cooler an v core [lga775]

    i allso notised p4.s seam to benafit alot less from v core then amd.s do

    what ar your curint speeds

    stock an oc could be the mobo blocking u with the fsb
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    Thanks very much for the infor

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