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    need extra juice for 900!!! help with FC-PGA converter

    How do I change the voltage on the FC-PGA converter?
    I've found the switches and they are set to auto, this is making my BIOS only letting me raise it 0,2 volts. The box explaining(?) everything says like this:

    jp9-13 CPU voltage
    vid4-0
    1-2 auto
    nc 1
    2-3 0
    What would I have to do to get 1,75 volts?

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    Mmm... mayby you can try their homepage to get a more elaborate explanation???

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    I already tried MSIs homepage, but I found out nothing....
    Any body got a MSI Sloket???

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    I took a chance and removed all the little blue plastic thingies that you use to set the jumpers and now I'm @900 1,75 v 33C standard h/s fan(open case for now).
    Thanks for everything anyone might have done to help . It's a wonderful day!

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    VID0 to VID4 are the pins of Coppermine, which identify the Core Voltage. Read this http://www.intel.com/design/pentiumi...hts/245264.htm to learn how (some should be set to 1 others to 0).
    Then set the jumpers to "nc" or "2-3" on your slotket like:
    JP9 = VID4
    JP10 = VID3
    etc.

    Martin

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    Thanks again MartinD I think I actually learned something .

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