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Old March 26, 2008, 06:41 PM
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I did the Vdroop mod and it all but got rid of it. Actually under heavy load the Vcore raises slightly. Of course there rounding error there as the readings in Vcore only have a resolution of 0.016V so who really knows how much or little it's changing.

It did get me to my goal if only briefly. Here's a screenie.



I didn't bother to stability test that, but I am now working on pinning down 4.2GHz. I'm having fun with it either way.
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