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Pencil mod for this Zotac board?

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I have this motherboard in my folding rig. ZOTAC NF610I-L-E LGA 775 NVIDIA GeForce 7050 / nForce 610i Micro ATX Intel Motherboard

I was wondering since this board had no bios control over cpu voltage, if there was a pencil mod that would allow me to bump the voltage. I am stuck at 3.563ghz on stock voltage. I know a little v bump would let me go higher.
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The pencil mod is for mmainly v drop, you find you have v drop? if not why not try and bump it up the fsb extra 20 might be a fsb hole like many boards
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The pencil mod is for mmainly v drop, you find you have v drop? if not why not try and bump it up the fsb extra 20 might be a fsb hole like many boards
The e5700 has an 800 stock fsb. Its rock solid at 950 but it blue screens at 1000 and locks up at anything in between. Should I try higher?
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The pencil mod is for mmainly v drop, you find you have v drop? if not why not try and bump it up the fsb extra 20 might be a fsb hole like many boards
no vdroop 1.264 in cpuid and 1.27 in bios.
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there is a voltage mods section you should post there, and most likely it would be a physical mod that needs soldering so you can change the voltage with a potentiometer(pot).
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there is a voltage mods section you should post there, and most likely it would be a physical mod that needs soldering so you can change the voltage with a potentiometer(pot).
thanks. +rep
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