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lol yes, i was gonna do it with my computer on.. im gonna use my cell to take a pciture from that website posted on this thread.. and find it.... and ima draw a THICK line across that resistor!
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lol yes, i was gonna do it with my computer on.. im gonna use my cell to take a pciture from that website posted on this thread.. and find it.... and ima draw a THICK line across that resistor!
It's best to just draw back and forth a few times and test the vdroop. You CAN overdo it. That resistor is there for a purpose. In fact I happen to believe a little vdroop is still good. Don't overdo it, or you can fry your mobo. ~JadeMiner~
    
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It's best to just draw back and forth a few times and test the vdroop. You CAN overdo it. That resistor is there for a purpose. In fact I happen to believe a little vdroop is still good. Don't overdo it, or you can fry your mobo. ~JadeMiner~
Yep, you can always add a little more, much safer to take it one step at a time.
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pencil mod is awesome.. i repeat.. awesome.. i used a 2HB pencil... before.. after vdroop.. i have 1.456 voltage on desktop while i have 1.5v set on bios.. now i have 1.488.. and 1.5 set on bios.. i need to color in the resistor a bit more i guess... >_> i accidently went too far...... it went over the center.. went to the bottom circle thing a little...
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lol yes, i was gonna do it with my computer on.. im gonna use my cell to take a pciture from that website posted on this thread.. and find it.... and ima draw a THICK line across that resistor!
No offence, but from your posts, i REALLY dont think you should be doing this untill you have a little more experiance working with computers under your belt.

Never do anything inside a computer without turning it off, unless you KNOW what you are doing and that it will not damage anything, such as if you as leet as me.

If you draw a THICK line its quite possible you will damage or tear off the resistor. plus, if it didnt need some resistance, why would the company put it on there in the first place, to look pretty?

I personally liked the variable resistor idea a lot, but thats something you REALLY REALLY REALLY shouldnt try.


On another note, might be cool if you could wire up a variable capacitor with some kind of controller that could throttle down your vcore when idle, to a level you have found stable at idle, and raise it to the amount needed to stay stable depending on the processor activity. Then again, that might be kind of complicated with multi core CPUs, but would probably increase the CPU life if you run a high OC 24/7.
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No offence, but from your posts, i REALLY dont think you should be doing this untill you have a little more experiance working with computers under your belt.

Never do anything inside a computer without turning it off, unless you KNOW what you are doing and that it will not damage anything, such as if you as leet as me.

If you draw a THICK line its quite possible you will damage or tear off the resistor. plus, if it didnt need some resistance, why would the company put it on there in the first place, to look pretty?

I personally liked the variable resistor idea a lot, but thats something you REALLY REALLY REALLY shouldnt try.


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The only reason im doing this is to achieve 4 ghz for bench reasons, and i havent have any computer class or so forth, and i can tell you for sure, i know more than what most 1st year devry students know. also on top of this, you won't learn if you don't try it yourself, and i learn lots of things from trying this myself, i also learned a lot by reading reviews and forums from overclock.net, on top of that, i aint stupid about resistor part, it looks very small so i knew somethings gonna happen if i poke too hard, this is my 5th computer i have build from past 3 years, so i know which and what part to touch and what not.
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The only reason im doing this is to achieve 4 ghz for bench reasons, and i havent have any computer class or so forth, and i can tell you for sure, i know more than what most 1st year devry students know. also on top of this, you won't learn if you don't try it yourself, and i learn lots of things from trying this myself, i also learned a lot by reading reviews and forums from overclock.net, on top of that, i aint stupid about resistor part, it looks very small so i knew somethings gonna happen if i poke too hard, this is my 5th computer i have build from past 3 years, so i know which and what part to touch and what not.
well thats good to hear, but keep in mind, depending on the mobo, it seems quite likely you could put to much juice thru and fry your CPU, or possibly damage other mobo components, the tolerances are very tight on computer equipment.
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Instead of having 1.5v bios, i have 1.4588 on bios, 1.456 on desktop...
also at 3.75 ghz.. ima drop my voltage a notch down and increase my FSB to 1520 (3.8ghz)
Edited by xtacized - 5/14/08 at 3:44pm
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