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post #171 of 199
have you fixed the vdroop yet...you should be able to lower your vcore some afterwards...
post #172 of 199
elaborate? or link please
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post #173 of 199
680i vdroop mod

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'draw' across the top and sides of the resistor, as you add 'lead' the resistance level will decrease, allowing for more voltage to pass.

You want to turn your cpu off and unplug it from the wall. Then set your VoltMeter to read ohms..and use both 'prongs' to measure across from one side to the other. Record the original value of the resistor. Next, start to shade the resistor with the pencil. When its nice and dark, measure the value of the resistor again and record the value. If you are using a vcore lower than 1.45v you shouldnt need to shade the resistor much below 20ohms to fix your vcore droop. A higher vcore will put more strain on the mosfets and thus require more shading...to ~7-10ohms total resistance.

Please post your results when finished. Thanks! and good luck
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post #174 of 199
yea and here is the big kahuna for 680i mods though it is a hard mod and voids ur warranty.. but it seems to allow for higher FSB on Q6600
higher as in as high as P35 boards

Clep found it somewhere else
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post #175 of 199
my board isnt a 680i though, its a 650 w/ a 570 SB
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post #176 of 199
oh... sorry
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Yup, not tried it yet...but these are the comments someone left on the Asus P5N32-E SLI forums regarding 1205

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This bios is a disaster. Although i can boot the system with an FSB as high as 400Mhz it is not stable enough to load windows no mather what i try. Worse still, FSB 1333 is now unusable as well. With bios 1201 the system was perfectly stable at FSB 1333 and FSB 1500. The computer even booted at FSB 1800, although it was not stable at all.


My sys config: Monitor Samsung 204B, CPU Q6600 G0 @ 3.37Ghz (375*9, vcore 1.36V )+ cooler Gigabyte 3D Rocket Pro, mb P5N32-E SLI, GeForce 8800GTS 640MB (oc@ 633Mhz GPU, 2050Mhz Mem, 1612Mhz shaders), GeIL Ultra 4x1 GB @938Mhz (4-4-4-12 2T, 2.2V), psu Fortron BlueStorm 500W, 2x200GB Maxtor DMax 10 Raid 0

voltages at FSB1333 for 3Ghz: NB: 1.3V, SB: 1.5V, CPU VTT 1.2V, CPU vcore 1.25V, Vht 1.2V, V ram 2.1V

voltages at FSB1500 for 3.37Ghz: NB: 1.45V, SB: 1.5V, CPU VTT 1.4V, CPU vcore 1.36V, Vht 1.2V, V ram 2.2V

I will try some of the older bios versions to see witch is most stable for me. I will return with results.




Before upgrading to Q6600, i had an E6600 with ran at 3.6GHZ with 1800FSB and 1.5V. NB worked perfectly stable @ 1.3V... oh.. the god ol' days
hmm....
 
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Yup, not tried it yet...but these are the comments someone left on the Asus P5N32-E SLI forums regarding 1205

hmm....
yeah i briefly flashed to it earlier, but found i couldn't boot at 333fsb any more
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yeah i briefly flashed to it earlier, but found i couldn't boot at 333fsb any more
Oh dear....I'll erm....give that one a miss then.
 
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