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Old 07-30-2006, 11:12 PM   #61 (permalink)
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red on the very left edge of it, black on the very right edge of it
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ok so somehow that suddenly works now, exactly 533 ohms after i shaded the memory thing. another q, is it alright, for the voltage mod, if i used the circuit writer pen to first connect the two resistors, then go to the left? i see in the pics they have a line from each resistor that goes up, then join, then go left. i dont have a steady enough hand for that. is it okay?
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what i did was make a line on top, the just dragged the extra seepage on to the resisters

ahh, i downgraded my clock speed and got up the score, 11116 is my new score... i need that new heatsink before i get any further
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ok so my core clock freq. is 640, and my mem clock freq. is 904. good/bad after voltmod and memory mod?
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well what volt mod did you do?

Sounds like 1.4


and even so, the core is a little low.


Im on a 1.4 and my core is stable at 680...
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:40 AM   #66 (permalink)
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i did 1.5, should i put more of the circuit writer stuff on the places where im supposed to?
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don't use the circuit writer over the resistors. that reduces the resistance to zero.
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alright, i think i fixed it. i have another quick q, if i changed motherboards but didnt erase my hard drive, can i just install the new motherboard utilities on the hard drive and erase the old or should i just reformat(dont want to do)
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welp, i've backed down to 1.4v, this shall do me just fine for the meantime, until i get the heatsink. for now, 666/900 will do me fine
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alright, i think i fixed it. i have another quick q, if i changed motherboards but didnt erase my hard drive, can i just install the new motherboard utilities on the hard drive and erase the old or should i just reformat(dont want to do)
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