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Old 8th February, 2002, 09:37 AM
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You will ultimatley raise the voltage of all devices that use reference of 3.3v supply - that means memory v.reg, agp card, northbridge, raise split-plane current etc.

It sounds great to up the ante on all of these components however it does mean that a strain would be administered.

The voltage of 3.9v is not what you want to increase from the PSU but moreso the VRDIMM voltage directly from the memories VReg. I don't however have the board at hand to take a look at how to modify on the board. Upping the RDRAM voltage rather than all reffered 3.3v ranges will lessen the strain on the mainboard whilst still adressing the correct area.

Do please remember that your RDRAM is costly, as is your i850 board - don't hurt it too much !!
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