Need help voltmod northbridge on old AM2+ motherboard

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by frcento, Jun 26, 2016.

  1. frcento

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    560 SLI @ 1000MHz
    I have a ECS 8200, AM2+ board, and it has a problem with northbridge voltages, I can't get the voltage more than 1.80V (measured with DMM) even when set on BIOS to 1.25V (max setting on bios). I tried upgrade the BIOS, etc, nothing worked. It's a bug on the BIOS software itself, the VRM chip is working fine, I tested the K10Stat software while on Windows, I can increase the NB voltages, and CPU voltages without problem, but the problem is, I can't increase Northbridge clocks by software, a least I don't know how, I can only increase it on BIOS, but when I changed it from 1800MHz to something like 2200MHz or more, it gets unstable. Need help to voltmod this VRM, I think that is the only way to this. The chip is a ISL6323.

    PDF:
    https://www.intersil.com/content/dam/Intersil/documents/isl6/isl6323.pdf

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