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Ya know... since my dang board doesn't seem to want to sell for me I think I am gonna walk to the marked on the corner and get a dang pencil... Dosto... u doing it now?
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hey Rtt... were you stable at 3.6?
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ok so I had a 1.31Vcore idle and it went to 1.26V under small FFT Prime so my droop was 0.05V...

I found some 0.5mm and 0.7mm HB leads and I couldn't wait to go to the store so I just managed, lol...

twice I must have applied too much cause it wouldn't even boot... oopsie... is that bad?

but the trusty replacement erasers I had which are like 1cm long (*** is the pencil?) managed to do the trick and remove the conductive dust better than if it had been paper..

on my third try I got it to hit 1.28V under load... bringing my droop from 0.05V to 0.03V

I want to hit 0.02V though so I am gonna keep trying

EDIT:

Ok this is funny... I tried again but instead of dropping it went back to 1.26?!? lol...
I am getting a normal pencil
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post #3374 of 5659
Ok, first of all I realized it was not 0.05 but 0.15V droop I started with

second... I got a 2HB pencil... went to town on it and got 0 droop

erased a bit and now things are a bit weird but it might be perfect depending on what you guys might say... Robilar, Ratt... please give me some peace of mind here:

I have a slightly higher idle now... from 1.31 original to 1.33Vcore IDLE
but my Vcore under LOAD is perfect in relation to that idle... I get 1.31Vcore under
LOAD



should I let it run like so and find the setting that gives me the 1.26Vcore under load as I aparently needed before for rock solid stable?
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Ok, first of all I realized it was not 0.05 but 0.15V droop I started with

second... I got a 2HB pencil... went to town on it and got 0 droop

erased a bit and now things are a bit weird but it might be perfect depending on what you guys might say... Robilar, Ratt... please give me some peace of mind here:

I have a slightly higher idle now... from 1.31 original to 1.33Vcore IDLE
but my Vcore under LOAD is perfect in relation to that idle... I get 1.31Vcore under
LOAD



should I let it run like so and find the setting that gives me the 1.26Vcore under load as I aparently needed before for rock solid stable?
i've applied the pencil mod to my mobo, granted its a different board, as long as you have it spot on accurate you should be fine. mine is .01v out at idle, and dead on accurate at load. when i load at higher volts/more stress on the CPU, it actually overvolts by .01v. thats coz i applied too much 2B. but i like it
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I set it to 1.35V in the BIOS and I get 1.28 IDLE and 1.26 LOAD... so I was able to shave off 0.05V off my Vcore... not bad... but didn't notice a thing in temperatures still at 57-58 LOAD

so does it seem right?
I think that is what you are supposed to do but it is always nice to hear it from someone else
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Ya know... since my dang board doesn't seem to want to sell for me I think I am gonna walk to the marked on the corner and get a dang pencil... Dosto... u doing it now?
Next weekend (this weekend I'm going to Boston). I'm getting either a Maximus x38 or a PS3 for Christmas and if I fry something, I'd like to do it before my wife buys the PS3!!!
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PS33333333333333... who cares it is too advanced and it costs 50 million to make a game... they will look AWESOME, people will make them.... and HAVE YOU SEEN THE BLUE-RAY ISLE AT BLOCKBUSTER????? droooooooooooooooooooooooooolzzzz


let us know how it goes when you do it...


BTW there is no way to mess it up unless you go at it like you are in third grade with a crayon... and still I don't know if you can damage anything... to be safe set it to stock speed and underclock it... that way you have less voltage running while you mess with it... and you can erase some of all the graphite extremely easily
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hey Rtt... were you stable at 3.6?
Yes, 24 hours small fft Orthos. Screenie in gallery.
I don't normally do 24 hours but I had attitude at the time.
Some expert said our board couldn't do it. hehehe
Difference between BIOS and actual vcore is .1??.
Under load, vdroop is sometimes immeasurable, as Everest will only display to hundredths.
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Yes, 24 hours small fft Orthos. Screenie in gallery.
I don't normally do 24 hours but I had attitude at the time.
Some expert said our board couldn't do it. hehehe
Difference between BIOS and actual vcore is .1??.
Under load, vdroop is sometimes immeasurable, as Everest will only display to hundredths.
hey dude...my mate knocked you off the top of the 3dmark 06 ladder
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