I am trying to get my V5 to stably boot at speeds above 300Mhz but I am having problems. Here are the mods to my I-Opener:
-I-Mod2 kit with 20GB hdd
-badflash bios v 5.31
-AMD K62-450P with tennmax lasagna cooler
-Soldered .012 Ohm resistor on top of R302
-Lifted Pin 3 of Q16 and soldered .13 Ohm 10 Watt cooling resistor with 1"-2" wire leads (places on top of processor parllel to memory socket)
-Soldered switch for SW1 and SW2
-Cut hole in back of RF shield and case for fan airflow, and hole in top of RF shield for heat to escape from the cooling resistor.
Now the problem is I can only get it to post with FSB speeds of up to 83Mhz UNLESS i Remove the Hard Drive attached to the I-Mod2, otherwise it will turn on, but the screen never turns on. When the hard drive is NOT mounted to the motherboard, the display works, and I can post at 100Mhz FSB. I have tried mixing and matching the FSB and mulitipliers and the Vcore, but it is only stable when i boot with 66Mhz FSb and 4.5 multiplier and either 2.2 or 2.0 vcore.
Is everyone else doing something different to get to at least a stable 400Mhz?
I am dual booting WIn 98 and Win XP. I can get it to boot 98 at 400Mhz, but XP always gives me an error during startup.