I don't believe so.Rsnubje wrote:Is it possible to use processor.ignore_pcc=1 for this? If so, where should I put it on raspbian?
http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt#Overclocking_optionscurrent_limit_override Disables SMPS current limit protection when set to "0x5A000020". Can help if you are currently hitting a reboot failure when overclocking too high. May set warrany bit.
It's a Wiki - can't you do it yourself?GTR2Fan wrote:In that case, can someone please update the info on that page to reflect this?
Yes, it does look like a possible way of changing the core voltage. It is also very risky if you don't know what you are doing.bryanandaimee wrote:Any idea if this voltage mod is legitimate? Looks like the guy is a writer for an online tech news site so I'm inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt. Also it looks like he did some benchmarking.
155 days ago – Power is given on Varm readout point. L5 resistor(sic) removed. "
Does that sound like a possible way to increase the Vcore? I'm tempted to try it. (Yes I know it will void the warranty and likely let out the magic smoke.)
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