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higher resistor value = higher vcore!!!(but don't go crazy :)

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cookedcomp

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I may have found out something that may work, within reason that is. so i finay brokedown and did the voltage mod on my a7v133, but when i got to the store they only had 20kohm and 27 kohm resistors. being a desperate fool i took the 27kohm resistor, i tryed it and........BOOM !! i got way higher values than tomshardware even got here's my new voltage chart
1.10 = 1.45
1.15 = 1.50
1.20 = 1.55
1.25 = 1.60
1.30 = 1.70
1.35 = 1.75
1.40 = 1.80
1.45 = 1.90 (can't explain this jump yet)
1.50 = 1.95
1.55 = 2.05(another unexplained jump)
1.60 = 2.10
1.65 = 2.15
1.70 = 2.25
1.75 = 2.30
1.80 = 2.35
1.85 = 2.45 (the best unexplained jump!!)
you can try this but i wouldn't go crazy with resistance. like i wouldn't try a 35kohm resistor that might blow something. but you can try if you want. a good 27kohm should do it though
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rusty

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cool can u help me to modify my A7V133 too because i had before the A7V and the Vcore mod worked fine but i just change my mobo to a7v133 but this one seems different so i m a bit lost for the Vcore mod on tomshardware site
so please help
 
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cookedcomp

cookedcomp

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rusty (Mar 15, 2001 03:24 p.m.):
cool can u help me to modify my A7V133 too because i had before the A7V and the Vcore mod worked fine but i just change my mobo to a7v133 but this one seems different so i m a bit lost for the Vcore mod on tomshardware site
so please help

you should be able to find the a7v133 mod at socketa.com under news