Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by confuest, Oct 14, 2007.
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Very large number of motherboards is locked for changing any vitality parameters. So you go on web site for your motherboard check if exist posibility to change, if not this will be the end for looking. But if you still want to make change you better looking for one good electronics man, or look on electronic forums for help!
I'm really interested in volt modding an asus a8r-mx/si since they did it on an a8r-mvp and it's closely the same board. Just gotta compare the clock generator chips. We would also have to identify the chip model number and then get a schematic on what each pin does on the chip. By knowing what pin they are modding to 12v or gnd we can then identify that pin on our boards and mimic the whole operation. I'm very interested in volt modding the vcore on this board since stability is poor and some extra voltage would help a lot.