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Ok so I just did the pencil mod and completely got rid of my vdroop..... Is this bad? What are some of the ramifications of not having any vdroop? I do still however have .05v of vdrop.
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E5200 (3.6ghz) EP35-ds3l 8800gt 3gig gskill DDR 800 
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500gig Windows 7 19" Acer X191W Logitech G11 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E5200 (3.6ghz) EP35-ds3l 8800gt 3gig gskill DDR 800 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
500gig Windows 7 19" Acer X191W Logitech G11 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
OCZ 700w Antec 300 G5 Walmart 
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Not having Vdroop isn't too bad... It's there for your processor. Your motherboard uses Vdroop and Voffset to keep your voltage within it's VID. The VID is what the Vcore is supposed to be when it's at stock speeds. It's possible to run your processur under it's VID and so on... So in short, no it's not bad, it will eliminate Vdroop when testing wich may stabalize more.

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Q6600 @ 3.2GHz (400 x 8 @ 1.4v) «Lapped» DFI Lan Party UT P35 T2R BFG 8800GTS 640MB (625/1950/1400) 4GB (2 x 2GB) OCZ Platinum 1066MHz 
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Seagate 320GB and 160GB || Western Digital 250GB DVD-RW Vista Ultimate x64 2 x 19" Widescreens (2880x900) 
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Q6600 @ 3.2GHz (400 x 8 @ 1.4v) «Lapped» DFI Lan Party UT P35 T2R BFG 8800GTS 640MB (625/1950/1400) 4GB (2 x 2GB) OCZ Platinum 1066MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Seagate 320GB and 160GB || Western Digital 250GB DVD-RW Vista Ultimate x64 2 x 19" Widescreens (2880x900) 
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Eclipse II Antec Earthwatts 500W Thermaltake Armor 
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