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Lookin good. Make sure you run tons of programs when you are testing. Just to ensure you are making use of both cores when you load up your CPU.
2x instances of CPU burn runs it @ 100%
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Damn...I wish I could go past 1.45v Vcore. :/
well you should get 1.5 but it depends on the cpu i think also check out the volt mod section for a easy way to increse the voltage (if you can solder) the one i did has been working well

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on the mod, what exactly do i ground it to? I mean i would to my case, cept it's acrylic.
im pretty sure just about anything that serves as a ground , i believe you can do it to the post on your mobo or a ground wire on one of your molexs from your psu since its grounded also, i just took mine to the case since it was metal

just be careful when doing this type of stuff and practice the soldering skills first (unless your pretty good)
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Meh, A+ Cert, learned to solder @ 8, i can do it, just need reliable way to do it. Link anyone?
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well you should get 1.5 but it depends on the cpu i think also check out the volt mod section for a easy way to increse the voltage (if you can solder) the one i did has been working well


im pretty sure just about anything that serves as a ground , i believe you can do it to the post on your mobo or a ground wire on one of your molexs from your psu since its grounded also, i just took mine to the case since it was metal

just be careful when doing this type of stuff and practice the soldering skills first (unless your pretty good)
Yeah...I've never soldered before ...and I can't get above 1.5 with any BIOS versions. Just wondering, if I do mod my mobo to get more vcore or buy a new mobo or whatever, and then buy the OCZ phase change system when it comes out so temps wont be a problem...what would be the max vcore?
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Meh, A+ Cert, learned to solder @ 8, i can do it, just need reliable way to do it. Link anyone?
check out the voltage mod section my thread in there has a link to vr zone which is where i got all the info and asked a few questions on how to do it, im pretty sure any ground will work


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Yeah...I've never soldered before ...and I can't get above 1.5 with any BIOS versions. Just wondering, if I do mod my mobo to get more vcore or buy a new mobo or whatever, and then buy the OCZ phase change system when it comes out so temps wont be a problem...what would be the max vcore?
i guess it depends on how far you wanna push it, when i was in bios i adjusted the pot to see if it would work while running a nd i got it as high as 1.83v before i turned it back down, i heard these mobos wont post past 1.85 or so but will handle it once your running (allthough i cant say that i would recommend it without at least some good cooling or if you wnat your cpu to last forever )

http://forums.vr-zone.com/forumdisplay.php?f=56 and heres a link to some good vmodding info
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