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Vmem mod for an IT7

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Natedog

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Yeah I know I already have the bios. If I select anywhere between 3.0V and 3.2V I still get the same 2.9V in MBM and the bios. So back to the original question does anyone know how to mod the IT7 so it actually outputs 3.1V? Oh and I am not the only person with this problem.
 
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Natedog

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well I am shooting for 509DDR(191fsb 3:4) and 2.9V wont cut it :)
 

phantom punisher

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this stinks i went all the way back to the 8h bios that had the 3.2 volt option from the factory and the most i could get is 2.99 volts from the 3.2 setting. what a let down. not that id use it but it was a selling point on the it7 for sure
 
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was that under load? When its under load is where it really sucks. I can get 2.96-2.99 idle but the second you add load it drops to a solid 2.90-2.91 and I have a 550watt antec psu so thats not the problem. alas looking for more voltage. Do you know what the memory voltage regulator on the IT7 is? If we can find that then we can find another board with the same regulator that someone has done the memory mod to.
 

phantom punisher

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yup thats idel. im not sure where the voltage regulator for the mem is. i soppose you could,ever so carfully, poke around with a multimeter while its running to find it. probly best to strip it bare and just let it beep at you while you poke around