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omg i had no idea it was a pecnil lol i thought it was a program... but i just did it and my vdroop is nearly gone!!! thanks everyone i went from a .6 vdroop to .1 its amazing! i would never belive it if i hadnt done it...
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WD Caviar 640GB 7200 Rpm 16MB Cache SAMSUNG 20X DVD±R DVD Burner/LightScribe X2 Windows 7 ENTERPRISE 64bit HP w2207h 22" 
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Originally Posted by ajn89 View Post
sorry to hijack this thread but if i can get 3.2ghz (q6600) stable at about 1.39 vcore load (before pencil mod). what vcore do you think i need for 3.6ghz??
Only you or someone sitting in front of your computer can say really...

Just bump Vcore 1 setting and try to boot. If you get to windows start to run stability tests. If its stable and temps are good you are there.

If not, start over with bumping Vcore 1 more setting.

There are other volts you can try bumping for fine tuning too but thats another story
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