Reply 40320 of 45448, by TehGuy
Unexpected surprise with the no-name slotket I bought: the PCB says it can only get the voltage as low as 1.6v but the included manual (which has what looks like Japanese on the other side) actually specifies both CPU voltage passthrough and DIP settings to go as low as 1.3v. I don't have any of my C3s or the mobo to test with yet, so now it just hinges on seeing if the VRMs can output the needed juice. Failing that, still hopefully have the MS-6905 en route which I still might just end up using while keeping this as a spare.
Seller also gave me a nice, handwritten note and packed the thing in really well (not pictured). Baggie holds what I'm assuming are the clips for the thing (idk never seen a slot 1 anything before)
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