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Intel 975XBX motherboard pencil overclocking

Posted on Wednesday, July 12 2006 @ 06:11:16 CEST by


VR-Zone learns you how to use a pencil to give the Intel 975XBX motherboard some more overclocking potential:
The Intel 975XBX Board has risen in popularity in the past few months, not just among the mainstream users but also among the enthusiast and overclockers. It is not just one of the first few boards to support the upcoming Intel Core 2 Duo Processors, but also the most overclockable Intel motherboard to date. As a motherboard targeted at the mainstream consumers however, it is quite limited in the voltage options offered in the BIOS, particularly the Memory Voltage. Shaky hands and the soldering iron is a big risk for a hard modification... perhaps you can handle a sharpened pencil better instead?
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