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Thread: ASUS P5W DH mods & E6700@4G by water-cooling

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    ASUS P5W DH mods & E6700@4G by water-cooling

    I've modified Vcore, Vdroop, Vdimm, Vmch, Vfsb of P5W DH

    Vcore & Vdroop mod


    Vdimm & Vmch mod


    Vfsb mod


    This board is basicaly good, though the BIOS is not mature, I think.

    SuperPI-mod1.5XS 1M & 8M at 4G by water-cooling
    Air conditioner assisted, 7~8deg-C at radiator intake
    Vcore: 1.543V, Vdimm: 2.818V, Vio: 3.398V,
    Vmch: 1.759V, Vfsb: 1.606V



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    Last edited by kyosen; 04-30-2008 at 01:05 PM. Reason: Showing that I'm still alive:)
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    already vmods

    good job Kyosen and Cal930! 4Ghz with B0 with watercooling is a nice result.. Is it possible too check that the 7950GX2 works on the board?

    again, good job!

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    Nice Kyosen !

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    Lookin good!

    What are the voltages options without mods?

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    Who can help me mod ASUS P5B Deluxe?


    Great Job

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    Real clean looking, nice little touch with the mini-board. ASUS P5B D, oh yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Sack
    Real clean looking, nice little touch with the mini-board. ASUS P5B D, oh yeah.
    hehe I am watching the Sopranos right now

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    Why cant they just make a 100 % working board, so no mods are needed
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    Tried any kind of max fsb on that piece of art?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hot_fifty
    Why cant they just make a 100 % working board, so no mods are needed
    I read somewhere it's actually a safety feature to droop. So it's done on purpose.

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    Nice work as always Kyosen. What BIOS are you using? I got 0065 bios from Asus with all working volts except for droop of course. V-core up to 1.7V which is too much anyway.

    this is what i got on stock air hsf supplied with the chip

    Last edited by QuadDamage; 06-17-2006 at 03:51 PM.

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    Nice work kyosen-san!

    Thank you for early mods information very much always.


    Best regards. OMEGA

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    So am I right in assuming that this board is nothing special without all these mods? I was niavely thinking I would just be able to buy one, stick a Conroe in and overclock it through the BIOS without having to worry about so many vmods so soon.

    Is 4Ghz+ not possible with this board then without these mods?

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    Nice work Kyosen-san, arigatou gozaimasu for the mods! (^_^)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoasthandle
    After all this time Asus boards still need a volt mod in order to work correctly vs boards like DFI Infinity that don't seem to need them...I think the choice is clear with my long loyality with Asus. And, it's coming to an end like a freight train de-railing...

    No, this is by no means a flame on the OP for doing the Volt mod. It simply makes no sense that one is still needed for these boards with such advanced CPUS.
    agreed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Sack
    Real clean looking, nice little touch with the mini-board. ASUS P5B D, oh yeah.

    This is not P5B..........


    P5W=975
    P5B=965

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    Kyosen , do you find this board faster than the Intel bad axe ???

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    Fantastic mod

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    Nice, thanks mods.
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    Way to go PTJ and especially Kyosen. Man is thinking of buying a mobo and there are the mods, the test, what more can you want, except a mobo itself .

    Now we have to hear some words of comparison with eg. BadAxe, Dfi...
    OC-Lab.si!!

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    i'm wondering , why....both intel/asus seems not efficient at clk higher than 3.4G @.@
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    2.8+ vdimm on DDR2
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    nice job ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreYang
    This is not P5B..........


    P5W=975
    P5B=965
    I was responding to your post right above mine. Just glad all the boards are here.

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    nice mods kyosen ,kan you tell me if the lightspeed clamshell kan fit on/around the cpu?thanks
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