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P5K Deluxers-how to lower vrdroop?

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Hey guys, I have a p5kc but I cant seem to get any anything to lower my vdroop of over 0.075 from bios setting under load and was wondering what setting U use to lessen the effect of vdroop on your mobo since I think we have all the same options in the bios. Just that some of mine my not be working.

any help would be great

thx

edit: NM found the setting "cpu voltage damper" or something. But it doesnt do anything for me
still get vdroop of .075v from bios setting
    
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the setting for elimnating vdroop is "CPU Voltage Damper", set this to enable in bios
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Hey guys, I have a p5kc but I cant seem to get any anything to lower my vdroop of over 0.075 from bios setting under load and was wondering what setting U use to lessen the effect of vdroop on your mobo since I think we have all the same options in the bios. Just that some of mine my not be working.

any help would be great

thx

edit: NM found the setting "cpu voltage damper" or something. But it doesnt do anything for me
still get vdroop of .075v from bios setting

I am not sure about the P5KC, but the P5K has the same setting, but it does nothing. I was told it only affects the Deluxe versions. I am not sure where the P5KC fits in there.
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You might be able to do the pencil mod.This is for p5k ,p5k C might be the same.http://www.overclock.net/gallery/sho...ser/21980/sl/c
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