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Old 25th November, 2001, 08:39 PM
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After some thinking, I think I`ll go with the motherboard voltage mod. Where can I get an Abit VH6-II voltage mod guide?
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Old 25th November, 2001, 08:53 PM
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Dimmreaper might have a link, I've never done one and wouldn't know where to start.

You can private message him.
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There ain't a voltage mod guide for the VH6, this is definately a do-it-yourselfer.

Ya gotta look up the regulator specs find the voltage feed back pin and ground that out through a resistor, the question is what size of resistor do you need . . .
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Old 27th November, 2001, 03:17 PM
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Ok, I got another idea.
What about soldering the back of the pins on the motherboard(the ones that are connected to the CPU pins. Would that work?
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Yup . . . .
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Old 30th November, 2001, 07:24 PM
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Hohoho!
I did it. I have soldered the back of the pins on the motherboard. I can now have up to 2.4volts.
The only problem now is the overheating of the northbridge. I replaced the old greeny with a Matrox G200 stock cooler, but it is still as hot as hell. I`ll replace it with a Celeron 700 socket cooler, and then I`ll hope for the best(1250+Mhz).
Thanx for all the info!
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