The way the college weighs the electorate they still do. All it does it keep a conservative from voting in Mass or a liberal in Texas.
The "college" does not weigh the electorate. The number of electors is determined by the number of house and senate seats.
The States determine how to distribute the States popular vote among the electors.
Do all of a state’s electoral votes go to one candidate?
In every state except two, the party that wins the popular vote gets to send all of its electors to the state capital in December.
In the nonconforming Maine and Nebraska, two electoral votes are apportioned to the winner of the popular vote, and the rest of the votes are given to the winner of the popular votes in each of the states’ congressional districts. (Maine has two congressional districts and Nebraska has three.)