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Old 22nd October 2004, 22:03   #1
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tomorrow I will buy a solder station. And I'm planning to do some mods on my nf7-s rev2 and my abit siluro gf4ti4200 64MB. But I'm still searching for guides for those voltmods.

Does someone know where I can find them? Need to be vmods with a trimmer. So I can regulate the voltage.

I allready found this mods

http://s6.invisionfree.com/undercloc...p?showtopic=53
http://www.madshrimps.be/gotofaqlink.php?linkid=2578
http://www.over-clock.com/ivb/index.php?showforum=31
http://forum.abit-usa.com/showthread...threadid=65004 http://www.motherboardfaqs.com/content.php?content.15

I need a vdimm mod so I can push my BH-5 ram a bit higher. Now 235Mhz@2.96V
I gonna change that vdd mod (pencil) with one with a resistor
I need some other mods too. I don't get the meaning of a Vtt/Vbt mod and a Vbt=Vdd so can someone explain it to me. I know it's to make your motherboard more stable at high fsb, but thats all.

Does someone know wich guides I got to follow. Or does someone know same better mods.

I also need guides of mods for my ti4200. But I don't find them


fftopic: does someone have a nforce 2 mobo, a graka or/and a cheap atx case for sale. I want to make a second pc to put linux on. Need it for school
 
Old 22nd October 2004, 22:31   #3
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with the cdimm mod I need only the trimmer, the fixed resistor I only need when I screw up the other resistor (smd) on the mobo???
 
Old 23rd October 2004, 00:04   #4
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correctamento

Vtt should always be half of chipset voltage

Vbt is something else, don't remember what :/
I asked once cuz I thought vtt was the same as vbt but apparently, it's not the same

I don't know if vbt should be the same as vdd, I think that was needed with infinity/lanparty axp boards but it's all gotten very vague
 
Old 23rd October 2004, 00:31   #5
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saw your thread on tictac forum kristos, asked a few questions myself.
 
Old 23rd October 2004, 18:06   #6
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got my solder station, gonna do a vdimm mod tomorrow.
 
Old 24th October 2004, 00:08   #7
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same here, swapped the nf7's again.

reading your thread "vmodding rules" or something it gave me hope again so I'm going to try to mod it tomorrow

I'm a bit more cofindent offcourse but also, still a bit weary of it because after all, it will only be the seccond time I mod something so delicate.

this is a newer nf7, with colored dimm's but it performed exactly the same as the other one when both were unmodded.
 
Old 24th October 2004, 00:22   #8
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well, I got a older nf7-s rev2 and on my board the mod helped like you can see .

I hope it works on your board too. 268fsb is really . Gonna try that tomorrow with divider 1:1 after the vdimm mod. . I hope tomorrow will be a very cold day. So my cpu can run cool.

btw, what kind of wires should I use for the voltmod? Are ide cables ok???
 
Old 24th October 2004, 01:20   #9
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well... some say ide cables are "perfect" for the job, others say it can't take the heat and/or current so it's really up to you.

malves swears by cut up ide cables but HaLDoL (or however you write that ) told me he had some problems with mods done with cut up ide cables, when done with some "descent" wires, the problems were gone...
 
Old 24th October 2004, 01:43   #10
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well... some say ide cables are "perfect" for the job, others say it can't take the heat and/or current so it's really up to you.

malves swears by cut up ide cables but HaLDoL (or however you write that ) told me he had some problems with mods done with cut up ide cables, when done with some "descent" wires, the problems were gone...
strange, I don't thing the current true those wires is that big.

gonna try it with ide cable, if it gives some problems I gonna change them with some good bicycle light cables

edit: lol I've writen gold instead of good.
 
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