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    On my case Droop mod helped a lot. That's because...

    On my case Droop mod helped a lot. That's because my 2,4 GHz P4 just can't handle voltages over 1,6V. Before droop mod I could set voltage around 1,625V and it dropped to 1,52V on load. Now if I set...
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    I had same problem with my Shuttle AN50R. Board...

    I had same problem with my Shuttle AN50R. Board just completely refused to power on. Only way to get it to boot was change power supply! I used Enermax 431W and it seem to work flawlessly and then...
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    I have soldered quite few pins back on P4's....

    I have soldered quite few pins back on P4's. Easies way to my knowledge is to rip of normal UDMA66 cable and use copper wires that are used on the cable. In your case seems even very easy cause pins...
  4. Thread: Winbond DH-6

    by Morkai
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    Ok, it's most likely 166MHz 3.3V SDRAM.

    Ok, it's most likely 166MHz 3.3V SDRAM.
  5. Thread: Winbond DH-6

    by Morkai
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    Winbond DH-6

    I recently saw Winbond DH-6 chip on my new hard drive (8MB cache, one chip). Does anyone have information what exactly are these DH-chips or is there already memory modules using these mysterious...
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    Yes that is P4P800. *Good luck*

    Yes that is P4P800.

    *Good luck*
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    I wrote that Asus P4P800 review...

    I wrote that Asus P4P800 review. Want bigger picture?

    Here

    Mod works just same way on P4C800. Just solder ~200Kohm variable resistor between CSCOMP(18) and CSSUM(17) pins. (I didn't solder mod...
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    Just noticed that you asked how to do VDD for...

    Just noticed that you asked how to do VDD for P4PE... I'm sure that on P4P800 VAGP is VDD, but on P4PE... quite sure.
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    VAGP = VDD

    VAGP = VDD
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    Raise your 3.3V line, that helps.

    Raise your 3.3V line, that helps.
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    That's it

    That's it
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    I have feeling that it uses same power circuitry...

    I have feeling that it uses same power circuitry and same mod work for it too. But I'm not sure about that unless I find some high quality pics or whole motherboard somewhere.
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    I actually think that you just to have use setfsb...

    I actually think that you just to have use setfsb and raise AGP/PCI clocks little to gain more FSB. BTW Vagp = VDD
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    So here it is:...

    So here it is:
    http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~atvalkei/mod.jpg

    What you have to do is remove resistor R136. Vid5 pin is used for VRM10 voltages and when you use pull-up voltage like 2V it is in VRM10...
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    I'm planning to explain it on my ASUS P4P800...

    I'm planning to explain it on my ASUS P4P800 review at MetkuMods.net. Every review has to have something new to offer.. right? This mod is not so bad if you look closely ADP3180 datasheets. However...
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    It is quite capable doing 3,71GHz at 1.475V....

    It is quite capable doing 3,71GHz at 1.475V. However i now modified my P4P800 and it seems that idle voltage is around 1.55V and load voltage is around 1.56V. I think
    I succeeded on my Droop...
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    I had a same problem and AGP trick worked very...

    I had a same problem and AGP trick worked very well. I boot to Windows 300MHz and raise AGP frequency to 72Mhz and FSB to 309MHz.
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    Weird but there are BIG differences even thought...

    Weird but there are BIG differences even thought chips have almost same code. This proofs it quite well.

    BTW: thanks for your kind comments folks

    (Does anyone know how to modify ADP3180 droop...
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    Check this 2.4GHz@3.71GHz 1.525V

    I wrote a review about few P4 2.4GHz CPU's so click a link and go read it.

    Here is few pictures which I didn't include to a review 1 2
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    My 256MB KIngston HyperX PC3000 ...

    My 256MB KIngston HyperX PC3000

    http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~atvalkei/mem_cpuz_cas2.PNG

    3.35V & P4P800
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    More like -130C

    More like -130C
  22. 1887...

    1887 with only two IBm 80GB 120GXP
  23. Thread: 2.4c woes

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    Mine 2.4GHz is quite good. ...

    Mine 2.4GHz is quite good.

    http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~atvalkei/oc_1.gif

    Completely stable, default voltage and 33C water. MB is holding me back ;) I wrote article about a few 2.4GHz which I recently...
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    Dryice video is sure nice, but best parts are...

    Dryice video is sure nice, but best parts are left out. Have you ever wonder what macci does when there is only few dryice chunks left?

    Best parts
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    AthlonXP 1700+ Asus A7N8X Rev 1.04 2x256MB...

    AthlonXP 1700+
    Asus A7N8X Rev 1.04
    2x256MB Kingston HyperX PC3000 5-2-2-2

    Sandra 2003 Unbuffered 1816/1986 250,57MHz
    Sandra 2003 Buffered 3852/3612 250,57MHz

    SuperPi 1MB 38s 10,5x250,57MHz...
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