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Slot 1 sy-6ba+ voltage

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Derrick, May 25, 2003.

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  1. Derrick

    Derrick Thread Starter

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    Ok here the deal ive got a p3 500mhz and a sy-6ba+ mainboard runs stable at 560 mhz but not 620 and i cant find any voltage adjustments in the bios can anyone help? dont think theres jumpers for this on the board but could be wrong. dont worry this is my Ocing system.:D
     
  2. Shadow2531

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    I'll have to check, but your board probably just has an automatic voltage regulator, which will only work at the default voltage required by the processor.
     
  3. Derrick

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    yeah i think your right,theres no freaky mods i can do to it ?:D
     
  4. Shadow2531

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    The newer versions of that board have voltage mods, but I don't think yours does, but here is all the info on it.

    http://www.soyousa.com/downloads/se...oc_Intel+PIII,+PII,+Tualatin&col2=76&col3=All

    You may be able to do a mod on your motherboard and or processor to increase the voltage slightly, but even if you do that, don't expect too much more out of it.

    If you can get it running at 5 X 133, that would be perfect.
     
  5. Derrick

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    yeah got that ,it was worth a try .thanks shadow.
     
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