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    Default Will this pencil mod work for my board?

    Found a pencil mod for the EP35-DS3L, but wondering if it will work for my EP45-DS3L? Not sure how similar the boards are, and I don't feel like taking my case apart right now. Here's the link:

    GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L VOLT MOD - PENCIL MOD - HARD MOD FOUND! - Overclockers Forums


    If that one won't work, does anyone know of one for mine?
    • CPU
      Q6600 @ 3.0ghz
    • Motherboard
      Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3L
    • Memory
      G. Skill PI PC2-6400 8GB (4x2GB)
      Graphics Card
      BFG 8800 GTX
    • Hard Drive
      Seagate SATA 300GB, WD SATA 160GB
    • Sound Card
      Onboard HD
    • Power Supply
      Corsair TX 650w
    • Case
      ThermalTake
    • CPU cooling
      Tuniq Tower 120
    • GPU cooling
      Stock
    • OS
      Vista Ultimate x64
    • Monitor
      HP w22 LCD Monitor

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    Default Re: Will this pencil mod work for my board?

    No, a Pencil mod for any other board will not work for your board. Some same chipset pencil mods will work on several variants of boards though. Like if you had a P35-DS3R that mod above would work on it.

    P45 Can only be Hard Modded, Pencil will not work due to the resistance of the parts in question. Here would be the method you would need to use for a GA-P45 based board, posted by hicookie (Non UD3 Models only) >>>>

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    It vdroop / vdrop mod for Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R? - XtremeSystems Forums

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    XtremeSystems Forums - View Single Post - It vdroop / vdrop mod for Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R?

    The Fine Print:
    This mod is not suggested by Me or anyone here at TweakTown. I am simply providing you with the knowledge you asked a question about. Should you choose to modify your motherboard using this information Any damage you do to your board is by your own decisions, and your warranty would be voided of course.

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