Originally Posted by Muftobration
It doesn't look to me like the vcore mod is dangerous to the board. It's pretty much the same thing as if there were an option in BIOS to seect 1.5v, you wouldn't think that would be dangerous, but the vcore mod seems dangerous because it involves actually changing the hardware (slightly). About those voltages though, I don't know what to make of them. Mine are normal, I don't want to suggest the vcore mod if yours are weird, I havn't enough knowledge of this board. Hopefully what? can help us out with this, he has the same board and he knows a lot about it. I just hope he can help me with that weird cpuz thing I'm getting.
Another note on my problem, I can put my FSB at 225 when I put the multiplier at 10x. cpuz reads 225 x11 = 2475 because it is doing that weird 11x thing, but My Computer says 2.25GHz (225 x10). My computer will boot on this, but it can not boot if i set my BIOS to 225 x11 = 2475MHz. So, in both cases cpuz would read 11x 225 = 2475 but wont boot in one case. This leads me to believe that cpuz is having an error reading my speeds. But then I go to BIOS and set my FSB to 240 x10. If cpuz is really just misreading and the speed in My Computer is correct then it should boot fine (It can boot fine at 220 x11 = 2420Mhz) at 2400MHz, but it doesn't. This leads me to believe that cpuz is correct (and it's not booting because 11x 240 = 2640 = too much for stock air) and My Computer is wrong. Ahh, contradictions! what?, if you can help solve this then you will get all my rep points forever!
redownload the 1.2 and reflash the bios. I will try to help as much as I can since i have hands on experience with the board. At work right now, but when I get home. I'll message you.