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- Extreme League

3919.8 mhz with AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ (Windsor) at 3919.8MHz

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7th out of 73

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  • Manufacturer: Seasonic
  • Series: Platinum
  • Power: 1,000 Watt
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Recent Comments

Poland d3mox says:

I have 5200+ F3 and i can't raise voltage over 1.55v from ET6 or bios (f7b). help?

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

I have hardware mod. Board limits k8 to 1.55.

TaPaKaH says:

this might be a retarded question if Vmod is something like FB->GND, but do you mind posting a picture? :)

Poland d3mox says:

I have hardware mod. Board limits k8 to 1.55.


Can u show pic?

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

sorry guys, but I'm not in Bulgaria right now. I have 2 mods on the board - vcore and nb mod. Will do vdimm mod when I get back home. Can show you pics next week.

Poland d3mox says:

Okay, no problem :)

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says: - link to photos

I've used 100kΩ VR for both mods. Nothing hard in terms of modding - just FB to GND.

First photo shows vcore mod, second one - vNB (black wire is GND, white on the IC is the FB and the other white is measurement point for NB. Last photo shows measurement point for vcore.


Be aware that I have blown one of the MOSFETs - it might not be related to the mod, but it also might be.

Got replacements, so I will fix the board soon. I think they overheated during the 5600+ session due to the fact I forgot to put a fan over the heatsink and it (the heatsink) was slightly bent to one of the sides.

Hate those plastic pushpins Gigabyte uses, but didn't replace them with bolts like I do on other boards.

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