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Old 18th March, 2002, 07:50 PM
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ABIT KT7-Raid Voltage Modification (Part 2)

Will that article also aply to the KR7A-R.
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hey, welcome to the forums, not sure which article you are referring to, but could you remove the graphical stuff from your sig please? we dont allow it over here (except for our F@H badge) since they clog up bandwidth a hell of a lot for our 56k users. also links are not allowed in sigs. sorry

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hey, welcome to the forums, not sure which article you are referring to, but could you remove the graphical stuff from your sig please? we dont allow it over here (except for our F@H badge) since they clog up bandwidth a hell of a lot for our 56k users. also links are not allowed in sigs. sorry

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the only way to tell would be to look at the voltage regulator chip on your board, if its the same as on the KT7 then it SHOULD work the same, im not 100% sure as this is not my area of expertise, hopefully one of the more knowledgeable guys will know.

Im going to ask for this to be moved to the hardware hacking topic, since you stand a better chance of getting a good reply there...
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Welcome to our forums Hammy1! I hope you enjoy your time spent with us. R .N. has a point about getting help. You ARE in the right topic, but I think youll find more kindred spirits in Hardware Hacking. Ill redirect your post there. that way youll show up in both topics." :O}
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Yo hammy, the voltage regulator chip is the same so you have to solder a 50k pot to pin 7 of the HP63012 Chip it is i think above AGp slot inbetween those huge silver capacitors
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