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Thread: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R, the vdroop / vdrop is very large




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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R, the vdroop / vdrop is very large

    Quote Originally Posted by gugle View Post
    thanks for information Merman, but it is very vdroop

    It vdroop / vdrop mod for Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R? - XtremeSystems Forums
    You are welcome for for the info.

    I didn't see the mod. Are you having the booting problems, which are probably bios settings, before any Vdroop mod??? If so you have your forums mixed up. Booting problems are best posted here and Vdroop mod procedures on the Xtreme Systems forums.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R, the vdroop / vdrop is very large

    I think he just wants the mod, no matter

    I have helped him some with overclocking, but I think he is trying to reach a high overclock but needs to much volts in his opinion

    Ya, usually over there someone will eventually do the mod and post it, just no one has yet so far. I been watching it myself

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R, the vdroop / vdrop is very large

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    I think he just wants the mod, no matter

    I have helped him some with overclocking, but I think he is trying to reach a high overclock but needs to much volts in his opinion

    Ya, usually over there someone will eventually do the mod and post it, just no one has yet so far. I been watching it myself
    I understand but he did post this on the XS forum on 8/26.

    the motherboard restarted, and now it's more boot
    it turns on or off, On-Off

    I tried clear-cmos, remove the battery, exchange CPU, VGA, but nothing happens.

    is calling and off, and does not emit any beep

    help me
    Definitely the wrong forum for this kind of basic help and everyone in that Xtreme Motherboard Vmods forum thinks their motherboard has too much Vdroop.


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