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post #11 of 15
have you measured resistance at this resistor yet?
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as well make sure that 1x side oft his resistor is currently connected to ground.. it should be for vdroop.. so penciling resistance down should yield a tighter vdroop margin.
post #12 of 15
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I don't have the know-how to do any measuring.

Not sure if you missed this or if it has anything to do with anything, but that boxed resistor is penciled. It does prevent the voltage from dropping low under stress but only by increasing it as a whole. In other words it also pushes my idle voltage up higher than normal into an uncomfortable range.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 6/14/11 at 11:38pm
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Khaotik55;13877689 
I don't have the know-how to do any measuring.

Not sure if you missed this or if it has anything to do with anything, but that boxed resistor is penciled. It does prevent the voltage from dropping low under stress but only by increasing it as a whole. In other words it also pushes my idle voltage up higher than normal into an uncomfortable range.

Good, you found the mod then for vdroop.
post #14 of 15
I would put my money on that being a vcore mod as its increasing the voltage as a whole when you decrease the resistance.

you are going to need a differentmod for vdroop. The data sheet should have a section where it explains the function of each pin. There I would go look at vDIFF and FB and see what they say first.
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post #15 of 15
anytime you mod vdroop resistance low.. it raises vcore @ idle and goes even higher under load.

So long as you are seeing that... and not just an increase in vcore with voltage droop still... then all is good.
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