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where/who could do the soldering job for me?
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post #92 of 199
a fellow OCN member..maybe? other than that..computer stores are scared to death of mods....i dont know.

Practice makes perfect!
post #93 of 199
what should I practice on? hummm.... maybe that mood control chip I put on Michelle's head... hummm.... hahahha... but seriously, I am not about to jump into this soldering job, and the most meaningles hardware with little resistors like those that I have here is my dismountable on-board audio for the MoBo... which in a way still is the mobo if I have to sell it for an other board... hummm...

just keep an eye out, that way we can become mobo-mod bros
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where/who could do the soldering job for me?
I'll do it, I need to destroy.....oops, I mean do someone else's before I do mine
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hahahah you killed my MoBo, you bastard!!! hahaha.... dude, keep an eye out if you want to do this too... I am going to ask this guy who modded my X-Fi... he has great hands but I don't know how much or if he would at all... I would want whomever does this to also fire it up... so he might not be the guy... I mean crap! this is just not the type of job you can just send your board out for unless it is someone that is into this particular thing...

We need good hands and close by... so you can go and pay a few bucks for the soldering job, test for resistance, then drive back and fire it up, and know that you can go back if anything...
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hahahah you killed my MoBo, you bastard!!! hahaha.... dude, keep an eye out if you want to do this too... I am going to ask this guy who modded my X-Fi... he has great hands but I don't know how much or if he would at all... I would want whomever does this to also fire it up... so he might not be the guy... I mean crap! this is just not the type of job you can just send your board out for unless it is someone that is into this particular thing...

We need good hands and close by... so you can go and pay a few bucks for the soldering job, test for resistance, then drive back and fire it up, and know that you can go back if anything...
The way I see it is, we're going to be doing this !@#$ the rest of our lives, might as well learn how to do those things rather than rely on someone else.
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post #97 of 199
yea, just don't want to buy a detail solder iron and voltmeter and such... like $100 + and I am broke
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post #98 of 199
I like to solder up old vid cards and sell them off for more $$. Any vid card that has a pencil mod, can be substituted for a soldered VR. I sold my old x700pro with a zalman gpu cooler, vmod'd to 1.61gpuv and 2.16memv- for 100$ ..course that was about 1yr ago..but hey, they are cheap to buy..easy to work on and easier to sell...as long as you know people with reeeaaallly crappy video cards.

I also, got some practice making up lights for my case. I use tiny little LED's on a paper strip...you have to solder them up in series...then connect them to a 10kohm VR...dimm-able LED backlighting anyone?
- or a voltage monitor for your mobo and gpu..solder a molex plug to one end of a wire..other ends to the voltage monitoring points...then connect a small Voltage Display gauge to the front panel of your case.

*Those are just a few examples of the solder jobs, I have done. I am currently working on a 24v fan controller for these new 300mm fans I just picked up.
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^^ bottom line...just solder something already!
post #99 of 199
I just thought I would provide an update on my travails of OC the QX6700. No go on the P5N32-E or Striker. Got the eVGA A1 C00 revision which was supposed to be the king of 680i quad OC and still no better than the Asus boards. RMA'd that and got the A2 D00 version and so far so good.

Jumped right in at 400mhz and got into Windows at 400mhz at the first volley with no major voltage increases. Not stable but running at least with no volt or other tweaking.

Backed off and been running it on prime 4-cores at 370mhz x 9 on about 3 hours so it seems like they finally got the quads to OC on this board.

So, if you are thinking of EVGA, do not, repeat do not, get the version with the C00 suffix. It must be the A1 (A2 only shows up on cpuz) with the D00 suffix.
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http://www.ocxtreme.org/forumenus/showthread.php?t=453


I bought an EVGA T1 revision to play around with. Once I get it, I will take this p5n32-e out and do some soldering and overclock testing.
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