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El<(')>Maxi

Blank Senior Member
Joined
May 1, 2003
Location
Seattle
I've read this several times, bout time I posted a thumbs up on a great guide :thup:

Well done Meep, even though your mia you deserve it.
 

abi.allan

New Member
Joined
Oct 20, 2008
hi

thanks for your excellent information dude...

its really rocking:)

great job..

is there any link regarding this???

to learn more....

so that i can also learn lik:bang head
 

Heaven Net

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Joined
Jul 1, 2009
Location
USA
Again, nice work.

I thought of some additional info that could be helpful- when you VMOD a device, it is likely to heat up in certain areas/chips, more than when it runs at stock. It could be handy to identify some 'usual suspects', so that users can prepare for the heat and maybe address it with extra cooling focused for maximal effect. Also, some components may not care about heat, and still ruin hot at the same time. When cooling these is not needed despite high temp readings, it would be useful to know which chips are of this type.
 

Bobnova

Senior Member
Joined
May 10, 2009
This thread will have new pictures to replace the broken links when I get a chance (soon!), but will likely not be abused other than that. I may add to it, we'll see.