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However, because of the way the mod is done, the odds of messing it up in such a way that you dissable the OTP function are pretty low. The original mod involved disabling the Attansic chip protection because simply hooking the thermal diode from the CPU to the Winbond chip atttp1 result in the system not powering up, and the familiar two-tone “You’ve got something really mucked up” siren. That’s all there is to it. This is the analog voltage input. How to test OTP? Well, I’ve solved that problem.

While this mod works pretty well, it has one glaring drawback, which I mentioned in the previous post: This means that your poor CPU is going to blow its brains out just as soon as it loses proper cooling for any reason. I just have you solder directly to the pin because it is simpler to explain.

That is one of the reasons I did it the way I did, so that you could undo it if necessary. It is atransic 4th pin from the top right corner of the chip going down the right side of the chip, when viewed as described above. These pins are VERY delicate! A fine tip soldering iron is definitely a must. I will have no sympathy. The possibilities are endless! Find pin 97 of the Winbond chip. In my case, I actually took a chance with my CPU to try it out.


ATTP1 Attansic CPU thermal protection controller chip SOP8

The wire will need to be about 8 cm 3″ long. If I understand your question correctly, then to restore the mobo back to default, you simply have to remove the mod. As for the northbridge, does it have a thermal diode?

Where’s the thermal diode?

Webb City, Mo Posts: It didn’t change my temp readings at all, but it is theoretically possible for there to be a slight change in the reading. It is more likely that you will mess it up such that the OTP function trips prematurely and you aren’t attansiv to power on the computer at all. Find pin of the Winbond chip. BB code is On. I didn’t think it did.

This connects to channel two of the Winbond chip, which means you can now use channel two on pin for something else. You will find that it is easiest to thread the jumper on the diagonal under the CPU socket between the pins.


Also note that, because you are now monitoring the thermal diode directly, the thermistor in the socket is now rather pointless. I find that the edge of a single-edge razor blade works rather well for helping lift this pin while I apply heat with the soldering iron.


Lift this pin just as you did pin I’ve personally verified this a few times myself, so I know it works. It’s already in the right place.

Apply a dollop of gel type super glue or some atransic fastening agent to each of your jumpers to near pin 97 and pin to keep them from flexing too much and breaking the pins off the chip. As for the other, yes you should solder pin 4 of the Attansic back down to the mobo. Find pin 61 of the Winbond chip. The time now is When the PSU is shutdown or in atrp1, this rail is dead, and all of the items connected to the monitor inputs are no longer in a high impedance state.

Also make sure that you don’t accidentally bridge any of the adjacent pins with solder while you are trying to lift this pin. I believe the AN7 has a thermal probe under the north bridge. So what is the solution? Run a jumper from pin 61 of the Winbond chip to pin If you muck this up and turn your board into a doorstop, don’t come aattp1 to me. You’ll find that trying to solder the wires to the broken pins, while not impossible, aftp1 exceedingly difficult.