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  1. #1
    Metaphore
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    Tool vor Core 2 Duo Pinmod

    Hi,

    I consider to mod my e4400 in the near future. Therefore i made a small tool (in excel) that shows the needed modification for a desired VCore depending on your default VCore and VID-Configuration.

    (Refer to the vr-zone.com/articles/Intel_Core_2_Duo_Voltage_Boost/3904-4.html"]Core2Duo Voltage Boost Guide)

    Some of you may have a look to validate if it works correct? I need a validation please...
    Please get the xls File on my webspace: pc.virginonline.de/files/C2D%20VMod%20Calculator.xls


    This tool may be useful for those who have another default vid-config then the usual one (1.35V).

    Thanks!

    PS: I'm sorry for not using the url-tag, but apparantly I'm not allowed to post url at the moment (need 10 posts.. but prefered to not spam in the past)

  2. #2
    adarkar
    Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphore View Post
    Hi,

    I consider to mod my e4400 in the near future. Therefore i made a small tool (in excel) that shows the needed modification for a desired VCore depending on your default VCore and VID-Configuration.

    (Refer to the vr-zone.com/articles/Intel_Core_2_Duo_Voltage_Boost/3904-4.html"]Core2Duo Voltage Boost Guide)

    Some of you may have a look to validate if it works correct? I need a validation please...
    Please get the xls File on my webspace: pc.virginonline.de/files/C2D%20VMod%20Calculator.xls


    This tool may be useful for those who have another default vid-config then the usual one (1.35V).

    Thanks!

    PS: I'm sorry for not using the url-tag, but apparantly I'm not allowed to post url at the moment (need 10 posts.. but prefered to not spam in the past)
    I'll test a couple of volt mods

    My VID (according to CPUz and Core Temp 0.95 latest beta) is 1.2625V under Full load, and 1.0125V at Idle.

    cpu: e2140 , L2 stepping

  3. #3
    adarkar
    Guest

    great tool!

    Hi, I've done a few volt mods to test the tool you provided.

    I think it works well, judging by the results:

    1. Intel e2140 @2667MHz: VID 1.2625V ** mod 1.3625V ** real Vcore (by cpu-z 1.41) = 1.30V to 1.32V (Orthos running on Asrock Conroe1333-D667 mobo)
    2. Intel 4400 @2670MHz: VID 1.325V ** mod 1.4V ** real Vcore (by cpu-z 1.41) = 1.35V to 1.37V (Orthos running on Asrock 4core1333-eSata2)


    Thanks for the tool, it's really useful!!!

  4. #4
    Bdubslawman
    Guest
    Hello, logged in so I could say both thank you and ask a couple of questions.

    OOPS figured out that I had the wrong voltage (1.325 in the chart not 1.35V) figured it out eventually. Thanks again.
    May have just rescued me from a disappointing build. :-)
    Last edited by Bdubslawman; Oct 25th, 07 at 12:30 AM.

  5. #5
    adarkar
    Guest

    Well done.

    Should this thread become a "sticky" one?

    It's a very useful tool!

  6. #6
    suicidal_orange
    Guest

    Thumbs up

    I've signed up just to say thanks!

    This will be very useful as speedstep in Linux doesn't lower vcore if you change it in bios. (Adding keywords for others searching for this )

    And another vote for a sticky - this is too useful to be lost

  7. #7
    thebluemeaner
    Guest
    Sticky material thanks A LOT.