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Old 13th July 2010, 12:32   #1
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I'm stuck with a BH7 at its max volt (+30%) ,are there any voltmods or other bios to try?
Thx alot
 
Old 13th July 2010, 13:24   #2
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OCZ DDR Booster?
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Old 14th July 2010, 08:28   #3
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OCZ DDR Booster?
Hmm DDR is fine,i think you understood wrong
 
Old 14th July 2010, 11:25   #4
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no I think I understood you just fine

OCZ DDR Booster can deliver up to 4v to your RAM and works nicely
they are floating around second hand forums
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Hmm DDR is fine,i think you understood wrong
The DDR Booster works like the memory voltage regulators on your motherboard, but instead of located on the motherboard, it's located on a DDR PCB and it feeds the memory voltage lines trough the memory slots.
Fairly easy method of overvolting, requires no soldering or any thing alike.

//edit: on your BH7, you'll only be able to use 2 DIMMS
//edit2: you can always start modding yourself (if the links still work) http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=44953 or check this one http://bios-mods.com/

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Old 14th July 2010, 11:52   #6
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I dont get it,i just need more volt to the cpu,not the ram
 
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hah, lol sorry
Winbond BH5 and BH6 DDR were known for voltage loving
though you had BH7 sticks too, misread
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hah, lol sorry
Winbond BH5 and BH6 DDR were known for voltage loving
though you had BH7 sticks too, misread
AHa yes i tought the BH7 was misleading,but now i also know what the ocz ddr booster does

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Any ideas about more cpu volt for Abit BH7 ?

lol found this
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Guy aks for bh7 bios Answer : riiight, what language is that in. Isn't bh7 a type of rams, as for "sth", ya got me :stick:
Back to 2004 on google !

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Old 14th July 2010, 13:47   #9
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You could always try pin modding the cpu
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...t-478-cpu.html
 
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You could always try pin modding the cpu
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...t-478-cpu.html
Hmm this would get me over 2v.I'll try this,hope i dont screw up the mb.thx!
 
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