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ASUS P532NSLI Deluxe voltage modding

Posted on Wednesday, November 30 2005 @ 09:20:12 CET by


VR-Zone has written an article on modding the voltage of the Asus P532NSLI Deluxe motherboard:
First of all, this board provides up to 1.75v for CPU core voltage. This is more than enough for the normal overclockers. But for the extreme overclockers who use high-end phase-change cooling or Liquid Nitrogen cooling, they will need more voltage for higher clock speeds on Intel Pentium CPUs such as the Pentium 4 670.
You can check out the full article over here.



 



 

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