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you`re welcome...Tom`s has got some great articles, and anandtech.com too...They have guides on their forums, I found them interesting, cause here you mostly have hardcore boys, lernt everything by themselfs!
And at their forums there are some really educated folks, that have studied about it...
Also www.hardwaresecrets.com has some nice secrets! enjoy
    
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Thread Starter 
While I was searching for CPU OC information came across a page
that describes a pencil mod for ASUS P5E M/B.

If I shade a specific resistor near the EPU chip I should eliminate Vdroop
which I understand is the CPU core voltage drop during heavy load.

Also it says that it should fix the Vdrop which is the voltage
difference from the bios settings to windows readings.

Is this safe? Will there be any damage to the M/B with that mod?
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