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  1. #51
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    Amazing stuff, I really hope this works out, it will be in a real kick in the ass for some people.
    I take my hat off to you!

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    hipro5 i love this concept
    and im sure i seen this kind of thing before here's an image of a gigabyte 8anixp-d with the dual power bored
    i wonder if the princable is the same ?

    i must get in to makeing my own pcb's,a road i have yet to travle down
    keep up the good work
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    That is beautiful work! Those traces aren't bare, are they?

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    damn thats great

    really cool!!
    proud to be from Belguim ^^

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    maybe mobo manufacturers will pay attention; especially video card makers maybe they will have a look at your circuit....

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    For start it goes well...

    Mobo/VGA manufactures don't care....They want to "protect" their stuff by protecting them from OCP/OVP etc, so they do their designs as they should be (for them)....

    Though it would cost a FEW to them (VGAs) to ADD ANOTHER phase on each core and all of them to be at least 35A each...
    Mobos are OK BUT NOT "well searched" as for the VCores...
    ONLY mobos out there with the MOST STABLE VCore and that can HANDLE HEAVY LOADS are TWO:
    a. FOXCONN Black OPS (which took them ~4 months of experiments with the help of Shamino to do it - and finally they succeed) and
    b. ABIT IC7

    From all mobos that have pasted within my hands, ONLY those two were "perfect" as for their VCore circuit....
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    Wow not even the AW9D max is on your list? And that had the best Vcore of any of the 965/975 boards AFAIK...

    Speaking of the IC7... mine just died last month in a freak Dice accident. My tube insulation pushed the NB heatsink on its side and before i knew it the NB was dead. RIP.

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    this is pure geek pr0n!

    Lovin every minute man cant wait to see it in action!

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    I bow to you

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    Hey this is perfect

    Would you be so kind to send me schemes and parts I need to build a wonderful Power Supply like this ? If its not a secret of course Dont worry, i wont start a mass production
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    You can find almost everything you need in the ISL6556 tech sheet:

    www.lab501.ro/downloads/isl6556.pdf

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    haha i wish i knew more about EE.... I build guitar amps but designing them is quite out of my league. even more so with when it comes to designing an extremly stable high capacity dc power supply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hipro5 View Post
    For start it goes well...
    Any updates George? Love to see a GTX 280 in action with this thing
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    He has burned his computer!

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    that add in pwm board looks awesome !!!
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    Hipro,

    I am absolutely amazed by your talent and dedication!

    It appears nothing can stand in your way!

    Quote Originally Posted by hipro5 View Post
    For start it goes well...

    Mobo/VGA manufactures don't care....They want to "protect" their stuff by protecting them from OCP/OVP etc, so they do their designs as they should be (for them)....

    Though it would cost a FEW to them (VGAs) to ADD ANOTHER phase on each core and all of them to be at least 35A each...
    Mobos are OK BUT NOT "well searched" as for the VCores...
    ONLY mobos out there with the MOST STABLE VCore and that can HANDLE HEAVY LOADS are TWO:
    a. FOXCONN Black OPS (which took them ~4 months of experiments with the help of Shamino to do it - and finally they succeed) and
    b. ABIT IC7

    From all mobos that have pasted within my hands, ONLY those two were "perfect" as for their VCore circuit....
    "If It Doesn't Overclock Its Broken"
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    Any updates?
    Vmods - what can possibly go wrong? ©

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    George updates ? Maybe a little action too ?

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    Dude this is way awesome , way over my head , and way out there.... WAY TO GO you're the 1st person Ive seen to do something of this nature on his own just simply put INCREDIBLE.
    Can't wait to see what kinda results it pushes

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    com~on HIPRO let us see that beast in action !

    props man you and sham are two wild a$$ world class clockers
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    Bump for some more info!!!

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    Bump for an old friend
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    I can ONLY show you ONE screenshot - and not all of it - (for the time been) because it's my backup score....
    I'm in a hurry now but I'll keep you posted....


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    Dr. Who my arss...

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    Seems we have action here.Go for more george.

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    Hipro

    better tell us when you try i7
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