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    Ok...I understand electricity...I just want to know about the P2BVE (ASUS) board...---how to change the voltage from 2.0...Where would I attach a multimeter to check the new setting.....help....someone...plesae...no more explainations into the theory of electricity...no ohms law...or anything else...just an answer...please!!!!
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    Hmmm.. Is this the same 'Soul Apathy' who was slamming Quadzilla about his overclocking success?

    Mabey he will see this post and offer some help..

    I cannot seem to find the MOBO (P2BVE) you refer to at :
    http://www.asus.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/slot1.html

    Is this a new model ?


    If your MOBO offers CPU voltage manipulation, it should have jumpers
    or BIOS settings, and voltage monitoring in the BIOS that lets you check the
    settings... other than that, for someone who has...

    a 3-550 w/pc-833 ram/quantum HDD-good for o/c) running at 233 FSB-1281.5 MHz... submerged in a cryo tank (operating at Absolute zero (-459.67 F )
    ..gee...wow...stable operation at those temps...gets a little hard to put Cd's in the tray,
    though...they always ice up & shatter...darnitt..any ideas? oh yeah..everything else is really
    brittle, too...oh well...details...


    ...I cannot imagine that they could not look at the tracings on a circuit board, pick out the
    ones they need and alter them to suit their needs...

    I believe you are way ahead of the help available at this message board..
    "If it works it's not overclocked!"
    My Stuff

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    Hey kids!! The word for the day is:
    FACETIOUS

    Can you say FACETIOUS?

    No?

    Stupid Kids!

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    Here is all you need to know about chaging voltages on Slot 1 boards that don't give you the option in the BIOS.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/releases...pii300-07.html


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    thanks for the information (..I was just saying that simply because of the lovely comment he made about the other guy's overclocking, as compared to his....Actually I have a P3-550 (115FSB)-633MHz stable.It will not go above that...I think it needs a small voltage boost...
    Abit KT7A-RAID
    1 GHz/266 FSB (Pentium killer)-AXIA @ 1.521 145x10.5 1.81v
    FOP-38/Arctic Silver II
    512 MB SD-133
    2 30 GB ATA-100 (RAID 0)
    60 GB ATA-100 (IDE)
    GeForce2 MX-400 64MB AGP
    19" Veiwsoniq PF-790
    Hauppauge 5.1 TV/FM Card
    Poineer 12x DVD
    8x4x32x CD-RW
    TB-Santa Cruz Dolby 5.1

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