CPU = Dead
Hey, i tried a 2.0 PM ---> 2.66 pin mod but it didn't work and it's dead
i first tried it at stock voltage = no post then:
vid1 + vid2 = 1.436V booted to windows then locked up
vid0+ vid1 + vid2 = 1.45V booted to windows locked up in prime wouldn't re-boot
vid4 =1.58V booted to windows then locked up -wouldn't reboot
vid0 +vid1 + vid4 1.6V booted to bios windows wouldn't load kept restarting by itself
vid3 + vid4 = 1.7V booted to bios kept restarting by itself
i figured this cpu wasn't going to overclock so i tried it at stock and it won't boot to anything...i put back my email@example.com 1.42V and it's fine
i guess i fried my 2.0?
i don't understand the volt chart; i was hoping to slowly ramp up the Voltage like in the chart(like maybe .015V) at a time but i don't know how to do it => fried cpu...
there's a "1" in vid4 column = up to 1.452V
then the "1" switches to vid3 column = up to1.580V
then there's no "1" in vid3/vid4/vid5 columns above that...to 1.708
what do these 1's in vid3/vid4/vid5 represent?
how would i get 1.564V instead of 1.436V or 1.692V
"no-one" in column 3/4/5 sounds like the movie "Bloodwork" with Clint Eastwood Jeff Daniels ...
anyone like to post the pin mod/voltages in sequence
from 1.366 to 1.708? that would be interesting