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    Originally posted by TodB
    Yeah, really nice... but the drop mod picture is really small.... not to mention, that P4P and P4C have different layouts.....
    I think you can find better pics in the forum at metku.net
    Not sure but think I saw morkai give the better pics there.
    Hope it helps
    cool cool cool!

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    Originally posted by WiruZDK
    lol very low
    I can't find that affecting my overclocking.... because of the fact, that the 3.3V rain doesn't feed anything directly....
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    Originally posted by hatemi
    I think you can find better pics in the forum at metku.net
    Not sure but think I saw morkai give the better pics there.
    Hope it helps
    Well he is posting, that he doesn't have the P4C800 so he can tell where's the soldering point
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    Originally posted by y0 dAwG!!!11!1!
    that is a nice chip, you should think about upgrading to a prommy
    Well where I live there's almost no chance getting a Prommy.... AND the shipping is about 150$ - no thanx.....
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    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 right to the pins because I found better soldering points)

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    Originally posted by Morkai
    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 right to the pins because I found better soldering points)
    OK now... thanx..... but that's a picture of the P4P, right?

    I'm searching for those "better soldering points" on the P4C... don't wanna mess with the pins on the regulator... guess I'll have to check that out myself....
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    Yes that is P4P800.

    *Good luck*

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    I'm searching for those "better soldering points" on the P4C... don't wanna mess with the pins on the regulator... guess I'll have to check that out myself....
    I can post a piccy later this evening. And if you dont want to wait just use a multimeter and follow the traces from the pins to nearby SMD capacitor (around 28kohm will give idle=1.76, load=1.74V).

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    Originally posted by TodB
    Ufffff, what an Idiot am I.... forgot the picture
    how come your MBM5 you have vddr voltage displayed ? I thought P4C800-E didn't report vdimm ?
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    Probably a dumb question, but is there a mod similar to this one to stabilize CPU voltage on the NF7-S Rev 2.0?

    The CPU voltage on mine is all over the place.
    I've heard it all, I've seen it all, I've done it all. I just don't remember any of it.

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    Originally posted by eva2000
    how come your MBM5 you have vddr voltage displayed ? I thought P4C800-E didn't report vdimm ?
    It says Vddr because I wrote it that way.... it's like that back from the 8RDA+ days..... it's right - P4C doesn't display the Vddr in general

    Macci, a pic would be really appreciated
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    ah i see.. thought you found something that others couldn't heh
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    I used 500k VR set to around 28k

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    Originally posted by macci

    I used 500k VR set to around 28k
    Damn, thanx man, will try it ASAP.....

    Originally posted by eva2000
    ah i see.. thought you found something that others couldn't heh
    Well...... nah..... but I wish I could
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    Thumbs up

    Thanks Macci.:thumbsup:

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    Give us the code already !!!

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    Yah....I'm gettin a new one tmrw and would like to know what code that one is....please

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    OK, chill out..... I forgot to write it down, OK?

    And the CPU is no more in me fooking Wigwam, allright?

    Will contact the owner and ask him to give me the info.....
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    I had decided to get the 4pca3+ until i read this thread...now i am gonna get a p4c800-e and do vdim mod and i guess the "droop" mod. Looks like the ladder of the mods would be pretty easy to solder, and the vdim can be done with smd grabbers...so i guess it isn't much more work that the 4pca3+ would have been.

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    So the chip is L318 something... the full code I'll be aware of later...
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    Originally posted by macci

    I used 500k VR set to around 28k

    does this mod help much ? mine was all over the place with enermax 465 but seems pretty stable with pc power and colling 510 atx,but im still maxing at 260FSB on air with slk900 do you think i could do better with this ?
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    Originally posted by macci

    I used 500k VR set to around 28k
    Does anyone know if this pic posted by macci is strictly for the P4C800 or does it work also for the P4P800??? Thanks for any help.

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    Sorry .. have 2 noob question ....
    Is 28kohm set b4 or after soldering??
    Using a 50kohm VR is no prob right??

    Any info is appreciated ... thanks
    I'm doing the mod now on the P4C800 ... hope it works

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    Originally posted by Ace-a-Rue
    Does anyone know if this pic posted by macci is strictly for the P4C800 or does it work also for the P4P800??? Thanks for any help.
    Received an answer from Morkai, and I thank him very much for responding. Obviously, there are different soldering points for the P4P800. That 2nd wire that is obscured by the Intel HS bracket is soldered to the opposite leg of that partially exposed resistor. That should clear it up for anyone attempting to do it on the P4P800....

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