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Old 9th March 2003, 13:01   #1
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No more voltmodding needed and a onboard GFX card if you kill your AGP card! I luv it!
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Isn't there a new bios for the 8RDA+ that fixes this problem??
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No, the mosfet & voltage controller for the chipset is not capable of handling +1.6v on the 8rda+ rev 1.1.

We will have to wait for rev 1.2 or voltmod it yourself. I'd suggest not going up to 1.8v if you don't want to fry your board. The chipset can handle up to 2v, but the voltage controller can't.
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I wasn't planning to voltmod it!!
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