pinmod voltage control AM2

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-- Veröffentlicht durch ketyow am 11:00 am 29. Okt. 2007

I've got 1,35V now - 2,6GHz is max but 2,55GHz is max if I want to save memory multiplier CPU/5. At 2,8 GHz also memory clocks was high and it was best option. I must buy better cooling I see. Thanks

-- Veröffentlicht durch ocinside am 13:39 am 28. Okt. 2007

Sorry, but if the default voltage is 1.35 Volt, there's no choice for other voltages except 1.35 and 1.55 Volt.
Because it's not possible to change 1.35 Volt to 1.40, 1.45, or 1.50 Volt by using neighbour pins.

But if you get 75°C on 1.55 Volt it's absolutely too high!
Try a better CPU cooler and/or case fans or reduce the Vcore, because this temperature could damage your CPU soon or later ...

-- Veröffentlicht durch ketyow am 12:14 am 28. Okt. 2007

sorry, I didn't see, there is an picture of 1,35V set. hope x2 3800 will go at 2,8ghz with 1,35V.

-- Veröffentlicht durch Schermi74 am 11:43 am 28. Okt. 2007


i dont realy know much about AM2, but i remember that problem from the XP time, some of the connections were allready closed by default at the CPU, so you only could set connections with the opened cuts, im not sure but i think its the same with AM2.(?)

-- Veröffentlicht durch ketyow am 11:05 am 28. Okt. 2007

I've done pinmod on AM2 socket for 1,55 vcore because I can't change voltage using motherboard. And thought that when I do pinmod I will be able to set eq. 1,4V and no - I can't. On 1,55V core temperature gets to 75'C and this is too high, what can I do to unvolt my CPU to 1,35V or 1,4? When I set something else than 1,55 in "amd socket am2 pinmod guide" I see not pins what I should connect but writing "reserved"... What is going about?

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