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DUDE!!!
That P35 is the same with the P45 whos vdroop mod is posted on the v mod essentials thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cool!!! I'll fix the OP to reflect this to. Now this project has taken a couple steps and not even started we got measure points all layed out.


*need to start maping my own Striker board now that it's on my 'Pizzabench'*
    
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Cool!!! I'll fix the OP to reflect this to. Now this project has taken a couple steps and not even started we got measure points all layed out.


*need to start maping my own Striker board now that it's on my 'Pizzabench'*
Strictly talking about the DFI LP DK sereis dude!!!
In case of any misunderstanding!
    
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Strictly talking about the DFI LP DK sereis dude!!!
In case of any misunderstanding!
Gotcha
    
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I'm an idiot. Just felt like sharing my stupidity with somebody. I kill a stick of ram the other day. While using the hair dryer to remove heat spreaders and replace the dead stick with a new one in my OCZ flex spreader, I mixed up the sticka and put the dead one back into the OCZ spreader. geez, what a waste of time. At first I thought the new stick was dead to, until I put the other one in and it booted right up.

Offtopic/same topic, CL3, should I insolate these sticks with liquid tape before putting the spreaders on? Yes, I'm going to leave the IC's exsposed. Thinking about just using ice water for now. As I'm not sure if I'm going to have time to really insulate the memory area. At the same time I'm a little worried about covering them with liquid tape. If I need to bake them again it might get really messy.


EDIT: uggg, It's to earliy in the morning for Taekwondo testing...
    
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Just use some electrical tape in some small strips, to cover the IC's...just start at the bottom and work your way up....to "shingle" the tape, makes a good water-proof layer

..what belt you testing for? I never took Tae..but fought a lot of 'em in the ring
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As I know, many Classified over voltage when you set voltage in Bios. For an example I need to set 1.610 to get 1.65v DRAM voltage.

So I was thinking to solder read points so I can easliy read voltage on the board..The points are already there, but it's kind of tricky pointing your multimeter readers onto those spots while benching.



So I'd like to solder a few cables with two molex's so I can easy change between different read spots and always know what my voltage are.

This should be a piece of cake, right?
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As I know, many Classified over voltage when you set voltage in Bios. For an example I need to set 1.610 to get 1.65v DRAM voltage.

So I was thinking to solder read points so I can easliy read voltage on the board..The points are already there, but it's kind of tricky pointing your multimeter readers onto those spots while benching.



So I'd like to solder a few cables with two molex's so I can easy change between different read spots and always know what my voltage are.

This should be a piece of cake, right?
I'm about to do the same thing for my Stiker board. Shouldn't be to hard.


CL, I'll be a brown belt next week. I can hang with most the black belts in our school. Took Karate when I was young. Was fun starting from white belt again. My wife hates it. She stared 9 months before I did and is 3 ranks ahead of me, but she can't do some of the stuff I was able to do at yellow belt.
    
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@ Kriz- Use some 3pin fan headers...much easier to connect/disconnect..make sure to put some heatshrink on the back of your fan header plug, so your wiring wont be exposed..should work fine. I have done this as well a few times before

@ Pizza- Sweet man..good luck on your test [sure you'll do fine ] ..I never got a chance to finish my black ..long story that involved me getting kicked out of the house and moving to the bay .. anyhow, I miss it. I'm Sankyu in Kenpo [2nd degree Brown] Took a few other styles as well..Kali/Arnese, Jujitsu ...little bit of Taekwondo too..ahh the good ol days
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@ Kriz- Use some 3pin fan headers...much easier to connect/disconnect..make sure to put some heatshrink on the back of your fan header plug, so your wiring wont be exposed..should work fine. I have done this as well a few times before

Should it be hard to clean it up if you need?
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Dropping in a few picks of my recently modded galaxy non reference 8800gt, with forum warz here I haven't really seen what it can do yet...





    
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