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dont feed the troll guys....
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dont feed the troll guys....

Which ONES?
post #23 of 25
He clearly knows what he is talking about... telling an OC Forum how to use the FSB.
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So wrong about the power-intensive. I have called biopstar they said that i can take the board with the cpu up to the 4.2 but i have to find the right settings.
Plus its not 3+1 board it is a 4+1 board

I have a really hard time believing that; I just don't see companies go straight to encouraging overclocks ...... as doing so voids warranties, among other things.

 

Also, it is clearly a 3+1 phase board; what, is there suddenly another phase sitting in the middle of thin air somewhere else?  It's very clearly visible: 4 channels final-filtered by 4 easily recognizable chokes; a low-ish quality setup one high-side/low-side MOSFET and one driver (transistor) behind each choke; and a choke labelling that reflects the split phasing into 3+1.  Such setups with low phase counts and low FET capacity are not as ideal for taking forward power-intensive six-core processors because of the high power draw, higher per-component heat and stress, and lower efficiency.  In the worst of cases where low quality MOSFETs that are not suited for that kind of power draw in the first place, failure situations could be expected.  While this does not seem too often to be the case with Biostar boards likely due to the presence of a VRM protection feature of which I have seen some hints of (but not confirmed yet) I still stress that the pairing of a low end board with a reasonably higher end processor is not the best choice.

 

Think of the 1035T as a downclocked 125W 1100T; 2.6Ghz and lower voltages to support it, thus down to 95W TDP/approximate power consumption; but when you overclock the 1035T to the voltages and clock speed levels that other x6s like the 1090T and 1100T have the power consumption is relatively similar.  The Phenom II x6 is one of the most VRM-intensive AM3 chips today.

 

I don't know nor care where you got your qualifications but clearly there is something wrong here.

post #25 of 25
this is the kind of guy who u run into on craigs list about a p4 rig selling it for $500 claiming its fast. then u tell him hes wrong then he says he knows what hez doing causd he uses raid max psus ands thinks 9800gts are worth $100.

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