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I got the SuperTalent set to replace the OCZ 1gb kit in my e6700 rig. It has never performed that well and has limited my OC for some time. I cannot exceed 475mhz with them as they will just error out immediately in memtest.

The SuperTalents will be a good change for my rig, for sure.
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very nice! good vcore too!
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haha... I forget you have like 20 rigs going... why so many?
so what is the Vdroop modd linky?

356FSB without mods Mhill?
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vdroop here for 680i thats the pic of the hard mod..use a pencil to shade the yellow resistor down. On a P5B the final value for the shade vdroop should measure ~10-15ohms.

Doing so, will literally kill vdroop below 1.5vcore. For me, even at 1.66vcore, I get 1.64-1.65v in wondows...so its an excellent mod for sure. No more setting 1.43v to get 1.38v!!!

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haha... I forget you have like 20 rigs going... why so many?
I just sold my 1.8A rig it was one of my favorites..P4C800-dlx...1.8A @ 161mhz FSB! I was really in love w/ the mobo secretly..so many good mods...

I guess I have a lot of rigs..I need to sell some though..sheesh! I got cpu's comin out my ears!! *off topic-> just finished with two cpu's today ready for sale..a 2ghz/400mhz FSB, pin modded to run 2.66ghz at 533mhz...and a 2.66ghz/533mhz FSB, pin modded to run 2ghz at 667mhz!
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so now I really need to buy that voltmeter right...
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so now I really need to buy that voltmeter right...
sounds like you know the answer already

Dont worry..pencil mods are cake. Just make sure you un-plug the PSU and give the mobo a rest for a couple minutes, to let any charge in the caps dissipate. Shade away, start up then measure...rinse and repeat until you got the desired amount of droop you are looking for. I would encourage you to only lower the resistance enough to 'fortify' the vcore at the OC you are currently working on. Trimming the droop all the way down to .00v is easily done, but adds extra strain on the caps and Vreg's. To help with the strain..I 'sinked all my VR's around my CPU and added another 40mm to the mix.

*kinda off topic-Since I have done the mod on my P5B-dlx, I have done a suicide run to 500mhz..which is near impossible with this OCZ crap..anyways, I made it to 482mhz, 7x for 3.8ghz..and with only 1.51vcore! Thats .8v less than before the vdroop mod! The highest I went,I was able to hit windows @ 4ghz with only 1.61vcore, compared to 1.71vcore before. Quite an improvement I would say..an I didnt even need to solder.
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Shade away, start up then measure...rinse and repeat until you got the desired amount of droop you are looking for.
rinse?!?!?


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To help with the strain..I 'sinked all my VR's around my CPU and added another 40mm to the mix.
please post pic of the sinks on the caps... I have these little black aluminum ones that I could use but not till I get my SB and mosfet cooling in from the orders I put in...

also, what's the 40mm you are talking about... I missing something



would I see any OC improvement from the Vdroop being gone or will I simply get rid of the extra voltage at idle?
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would I see any OC improvement from the Vdroop being gone or will I simply get rid of the extra voltage at idle?
I saw both..I will expect you to see the same.

here are pics you wanted...Attachment 51644

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crap... that fan is all over them... I don't know if I will have enough air-flow around them but I have eight (one set) of these copper ones and eight of these aluminum ones that everyone uses... but that's without modding and they use them for two mosfets each

I also have a TT which makes it hard for me to get a fan in there...

but I guess if I am going to modd the MoBo I might just cut the pipes and use the original sinks that were on top of the mosfets... those should work very well... right? the TT will blow on one and I have a little 40mm 7.5CMF fan I can slap on the other
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