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Der8auer's Guide for Haswell-E 4GHz+ Uncore (For All Motherboards)

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No big deal, it's only $1k to lose :)

 

On a more serious note, would it be possible to produce some adapters that you put on the CPU and adjust this voltage? Kind of like 771-to-775 adapters.

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I like you and all Roman, but that is some madness right there

 

Sam test is and report back

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No big deal, it's only $1k to lose :)

 

On a more serious note, would it be possible to produce some adapters that you put on the CPU and adjust this voltage? Kind of like 771-to-775 adapters.

 

Yes I'm already working on that :D

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Thank you Roman.

 

Time to buy some conductive ink, at least you can remove it compare to straight soldering.

 

It's a patch but I don't think it's the whole solution as 4.7G uncore is benchable almost stock voltage if you processor is cold. But it's great to have a fix :)

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Reminds me of the wire mod to unlock multipliers on the old AXP, Only difference? this is considerably more complex, it is for voltage and you have to solder. Wait, hold that thought I need to get my iPhone 6 out of the microwave.

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Yesterday , I did a test by conduction pen method , I can do 5.95GHz CPU 3.8GHz Cache very easy on Pi 32M !! before the mod I can't do 3.8GHz Cache and High CPU Clock the same time !!

 

This Mod helps for the Cache much stable and possible to finished 5m18s Pi 32M , This benchmark is extreme cache relative.

 

This is CherV™ Pi 32M Plain® Run Reault:

http://hwbot.org/submission/2637384_

 

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Is there any reason a simple linear regulator with adjustable output would not work for providing this additional voltage? G-powerboard seems like overkill for providing a few tens milliamps.

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No like I said in the guide you can use any kind of power source. The load is just about 0,1 W so you can basically use everything.

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