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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post
The voltage dropping under load is known as Vdroop, some boards have worse Vdroop than others and is normal. You can reduce vdroop via a pencil mod, you simply draw a few strokes of a pencil over a certain resistor. This will then get your closer to what you set in the Bios.
His board has an option in the BIOS to disable Vdroop, but I forget the name of it.
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I would think you would need to be at 1.45v ish northbridge for 400+ fsb
but I do have a asus
I need 1.55v at 407fsb
    
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