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Overclock Your Core Duos Voltage

So you're all set and ready to go to overclock your Core 2 Duo processor. You've downloaded the necessary overclocking software for the task and purchased the proper cooling equipment to protect your hardware, but you've come to find out that your motherboard just isn't up to snuff. Until recently, your only option would have been to buy a new motherboard due to limits set on the voltage output. Now, through using a variation of the tried and true "pin-mod" technique, you'll be able to bump your voltage up from using just two tools: electrical tape and conductive ink.

The advantage of this overclocking method is that it will easily achieve the increased voltage on all Core 2 Duo CPU's through jumping a few pins with the conductive ink. The pins aren't really pins anymore on the CPU though, instead they're just flat surfaces that connect to the motherboard socket. This makes it easier to connect the two points then it was in the past Knowing the exact voltage of your Core 2 Duo processor is crucial for this mod. As you can overclock the voltage of any Core 2 Duo processor from the E6300 to the X6800, you'll have to find out exactly what the voltage is.

This article will detail for you how to overclock the voltage from a default of 1.2875v, 1.35v, and 1.325v.

You can find the correct voltage for your CPU on the box or by searching for it online. There are up to five different variations to the CPU that you can do that will provide you with various increases in voltage from 1.4v to 1.

6v. You don't have to do the mods in progression to reach the next voltage, just select which voltage is what you are trying to overclock it to and follow the guide for that specific modification. Make sure that you've got a static free surface to start this work on before you pull your chip out.

You're going to want to face the chip towards you pins up, with the little arrow pointing to your bottom right. All the work you'll be doing is in the top left area of the CPU. So you don't bridge any unnecessary pins, make sure to tape off the area around where you're going to use the ink before you connect the proper points.

Overclock from 1.2875v: - Overclock to 1.41v: Start by connecting the pins at row two, columns three and four. Then you should connect the pins at rows four and five, column four. - Overclock to 1.46v: Start by connecting the two pins at row two, column's three and four together, then connect the pin at row two, column four to the pin at row three, column four.

Place a pin sized piece of tape over the pin at row three, column six. - Overclock to 1.51v: Start by connecting the pins at row two, columns three and four.

The you should connect the pins at rows two and three, column four. - Overclock to 1.56v: Start by connecting the three pins at row's two, three, and four on column four together.

Then connect the pins at row two, column's three and four. Place a pin sized piece of tape over the pin at row three, column six. - Overclock to 1.

6v: Connect the three pins at row's two, three, and four on column four together. Then connect the pins at row two, column's three and four. Place a pin sized piece of tape over the pin at row three, column five.

Overclock from 1.35v: - Overclock to 1.4v: All you need to do is connect the two pins at row three, columns six and seven together.

- Overclock to 1.45v: Start by connecting the pins together at rows two and three, column four, then cover the pin at row four, column four with electrical tape. - Overclock to 1.

5v: Start by connecting the pins at rows two and three, column four, and then connect the pins at row three, columns six and seven. You will need to cover the pin at row four, column four with electrical tape. - Overclock to 1.55v: Simply connect the pins together at rows two and three, column four. - Overclock to 1.6v: Connect the pins at rows two and three, column four.

Then connect the pins at row three, columns six and seven. Overclocking from 1.325v: - Overclock to 1.4v: Connect the pins at row two, columns three and four, and then the pins at row three, columns six and seven. - Overclock to 1.

45v: Start by connecting the two pins at row two, column's three and four together, then connect the pin at row two, column four to the pin at row three, column four. Place a pin sized piece of tape over the pin at row four, column four.

Check out complete diagrams on overclocking a Core 2 Duo plus download needed overclocking software before you mod



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