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I need serious help on how to pencil mod(vdroop) an ASRock P43 Twins1600.

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I was just curious if anyone could tell me which one to mark up w/ a pencil in order to control the terrible (1.6v-->1.4v) Vdroop on this board.

hpim0945.jpg

You may notice one already marked by me and that increases the voltage as a whole (Vdrop I believe), I did that by randomly marking crap until I found one that did something. (Careless, I know. smile.gif)

Inb4 you shouldn't do that with that board because it's cheap.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 6/5/11 at 1:23pm
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We need the lettering/numbering on that black square IC.
    
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Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH;13568333 
We need the lettering/numbering on that black square IC.

Will do, I'll try to take a picture but I don't think this camera is that uber.
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Or you could just type it out.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH;13568349 
Or you could just type it out.


******* batteries died. mad.gif

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MYS 99 647

"Logo: ST"

P.S. The chip is upside down.
P.P.S. I like pictures more than typing.
P.P.P.S. I just googled that combination of letters and numbers and I found another OCN thread and I just realized there is a section specifically for this type of thing. Woops.(Still need help though as the thread I found isn't the exact same thing.)
Edited by Khaotik55 - 5/19/11 at 8:28pm
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This should be it right here, just made this picture after reading the datasheet.

Please not pin and picture orientation.

ASRockP43Twins1600VDROOP.jpg?t=1305890570
    
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post #7 of 15
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Can you tell me what I should do from these pictures:

If you look closely it looks like 21 and 22 both come out and connect to the same line.

hpim0946.jpg
hpim0947.jpg
hpim0951.jpg

I believe this thread says to connect Vid3 which is Pin 42 according to the datasheet which is connected to some crap that doesn't even look the same as what is described on that thread. confused.gif

So what helps Vdroop, "Vid3(Pin42)" like said in that thread or "Droop(Pin 21)" like you(MR KROGOTH) said in this one?

Like I said I really just need someone to take those pictures and draw in paint or something what to do.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 5/20/11 at 5:11pm
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Bump

I would like some help with this if possible. 1.6v in bios is 1.4v when under load, it's terrible.

colorede.jpg
This shows what I have penciled in now. I have no idea what it is but it makes it so that 1.6v in bios is 1.5v under load. It also increases the voltage as a whole which I don't want it to do. Because I have 1.67v in windows sitting idle.

colored2.jpg
This shows where I THINK the two are going. You can look yourself without the lines in the next picture.
**The two bold lines is what I was told to pencil in. (As states in previous posts.)


hpim0946.jpg
Edited by Khaotik55 - 6/14/11 at 11:35pm
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Moved to the volt mod section as per request.
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