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    "M-I-A"

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    Thanks again for all the help, keep em coming

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    have you checked hwfaq.be?

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    i dunno if this is non-sequiter but this site has a listing of all the logos that can be found on ICs and the companies that they respresent: http://www.dialelec.com/semiconductorlogos.html

    also they have tons of pinouts and pdfs here: http://www.dialelec.com/crossreference.html

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    OMG blinky that is sooooo usefull for us.

    Nice find.

    I think ill start a links sticky as well... im on a sticky mission (A bit like Jbell on the weekend LOL )

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    That sure is a nice find!

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    hey Holst,

    i can't believe that nobody posted this... NF7-S v2.0 vdimm mod Mickey Mouse's style...
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    Hi there,

    once I made a 2,0V-Vcore-mod for the NF7-S Rev.1.1 (which was limited to 1,85V) and posted it here.

    Two issues:
    1. The whole thing is in german.
    2. I removed the pictures since I'm permanently lacking of webspace and it's of no more interest because rev. 2.0 doesn't suffer of this limitation.
    If someone want's these photos (according to historical interest oder whatever) drop me a line - the mail address is mentioned in my profile.

    I just wanted to let you know this because my mod was based on some hacks for other mobos published in this forum and, btw: Thx for your great work!
    Regards cdk

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    Originally posted by cdk
    Hi there,

    once I made a 2,0V-Vcore-mod for the NF7-S Rev.1.1 (which was limited to 1,85V) and posted it here.

    Two issues:
    1. The whole thing is in german.
    2. I removed the pictures since I'm permanently lacking of webspace and it's of no more interest because rev. 2.0 doesn't suffer of this limitation.
    If someone want's these photos (according to historical interest oder whatever) drop me a line - the mail address is mentioned in my profile.

    I just wanted to let you know this because my mod was based on some hacks for other mobos published in this forum and, btw: Thx for your great work!
    If you want to repost it on the forum (and host the pics here) then we can revive the guide if you want.

    Thanks for the effort

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    VCore and VMem Mod for the ECS 755-A

    http://www.ocworkbench.com/2004/ecs/...od%20guide.htm

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    KT4V

    Here you go, i thought lets help a bit
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    I just made a webpage dedicated to a my Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000-L voltage mod. I used a little different of a setup though. I have seen similar to this though I think on a Japanese or taiwanese website.

    http://hhrol.50g.com/mobomods/Gigaby...dification.htm

    This is what I mean.




    Last edited by ol' man; 02-28-2004 at 10:53 AM.

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    any one know were to get a Vdimm mod for soltek sl-85erv2 ??
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    any one know a vdd mod for the new abit an7??

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    anyone know where to find vmods for a chaintech 7njs zenith not the ultra just the regular 7njs zenith

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    do any of these links still work?
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    anyone know a vdd mod for the new abit an7 now?

    @Rub87 -->sehr witzig :
    The Originalthread:
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...threadid=28585


    functions mod? do not trust the whole, since it continued to try still nobody.
    Last edited by magma; 04-07-2004 at 03:13 PM.

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    Here ya go
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    Put up that the vdd mod is the same for the Infinity as the AN7
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    The NF7 vdimm mod link is dead now. I don't like the motherboardfaq one at all. I came across this one: http://downloads.modlabs.net/bios/pic/abits.jpg

    This looks awesome, but I can find no explaination go along with it. I am pretty sure the VMEM would go to whatever your 3.3V line is, but what would the VDD go to?
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    dfi do the people have fear are abit better? :-)
    It will give someone nevertheless somewhere thereby is been versed, and faithful Abitler continues to help to us.

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    Originally posted by IvanAndreevich
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    The NF7 vdimm mod link is dead now. I don't like the motherboardfaq one at all. I came across this one: http://downloads.modlabs.net/bios/pic/abits.jpg

    This looks awesome, but I can find no explaination go along with it. I am pretty sure the VMEM would go to whatever your 3.3V line is, but what would the VDD go to?

    I think this mod directly feeds the vdd mosfet with 5v .. don't think it wil cause a higher vdd but more stable (I'm just guessing)..
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    Hmm - is there a problem with VDD stability on NF7-S? I was never aware of it.

    What about the VMEM mod - is it feeding pure 3.3V to the memory as well? That also looks to be going to only one of the slots - I am assuming it's raising the voltages for all of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CompGeek
    The US is the only country that doesn't use [nuclear weapons] to terrorize other countries. The US is based on Christian values, unlike any other country in the world. Granted we are straying from our Christian heritage, but we still have a freedom aimed diplomatic stance.

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    I've seen the same mod on some intel boards.. I'd suggest to do this mod to all of the slots were you put memory in..

    I don't know if you need to cut the original connection to that pin, I've never tried the mod myself..

    I don't think tat there are stability issues with the Vdd, but I can't imagine that just by soldering a 5v wire somewhere your vdd will be higher, and if it would be higher, how much, and how you can control it..?
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