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Now, that is a server/workstation motherboard, and I am not sure if, and how well it will overclock. It looks great though!

Anotherboard, although also a server board, that is proven to be a good overclocker and also supports RAID10 is this one:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131047 That board can hit an FSB of nearly 500MHz straight out of the box!
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dk80
here the cheapest (Sapphire radeon) X1900 XT is at $356 .. x 2 = $712.
The 7950GX2 I intended for, which isn't even the cheapest is at $678.
{quote}Hard to tell, since there is no board to compare. On its own, the results are stunning.
{/quote} .. er, what board? MB or GFX? who's on it's own?
And in this particular case, the GFX, it's not so much about budget as 'convenience' and ... well, 'religion' I guess, like with the AMD/Intel thing
But I have to say: Damn Intel! Damn them for making a power-efficient and high yielding CPU, against the FX-62. Damn them to heaven
Where do you buy your stuff? I recommend either "PC-Netto.dk", "demoshop.dk (If they have anything in reserve)" or "shg.dk"
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Originally Posted by gonX
Where do you buy your stuff? ...
purhaps not for discussion here ... but from wherever edbpriser find cheapest

And Chozart, I considered that one as well, it's a bit more costly though, and ASUS do claim that P5WDG2 (P5WDG2-WS/ P5WDG2-WS/PRO) are with overclock in mind as well. Purhaps not as much as P5W64. Both of them are using same chipset though. And both only with ATA100 on the single port.
How about some Cuba-communism on the hardware scene .. 'a' motherboard is the motherboard, 'a' CPU is the CPU .. man, this jungle !!
Right now I'm more worried about this 'locked multi' thing I've been reading about on the Core2's. That shouldn't be a problem with either of the mentioned boards I suppose? I'd hate having to go for X6800 just to mingle the way I want to. It's a harsh price.
(btw. it seems that water on the bridge(s) might not be too bad an idea either, as I understand it/they get pretty hot when whipping the Core2's?)
post #34 of 40
The P5W DH supports RAID 10 as well, but to use it you have to link the Matrix controller and the Silcon IMage controller IIRC and you can use 4 drives in RAID 10 onboard.

Never tried it, but I remember that was in the manual and the main reason I decided not to go with that board as I wanted a bigger array.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Thumper
The P5W DH supports RAID 10 as well, but to use it ....
Not too fond with that "but" ... P5W64/P5WDG2 has no 'buts', regarding RAID at least .. RAID10 straight from da box
Seen many praise their P5W DH regardings OC, but I want an easy/direct (and 'clean') RAID10/0+1 for the security of the mirror, but speeded (slighty) up with stripe .. whichever order
post #36 of 40
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A quick q on the high FSb.
I read a "things to consider" on OC, reminding that peripheral devices, cdroms etc., also will be stressed when raising FSB.
I suppose I won't risc an awol dvd/cd-burner from raising it to near 500, if possible, when it's approx. 1½ years old? .. not [i]new[/], but not old either.
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That might be from an older FAQ I guess. On most modern motherboards, you can lock all PCI-E/PCI busses and often the other frequencies also. I don't think it's a major issue anymore with modern boards.
    
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No I didn't bet on it either. And I don't know where I've been looking to find ATA100 on the P5W64 when it's ATA133
Guess P5W64 is the one.
I think that finals the roughly $4500 spending spree
post #39 of 40
Quote:
Originally Posted by dk80
Not too fond with that "but" ... P5W64/P5WDG2 has no 'buts', regarding RAID at least .. RAID10 straight from da box
Seen many praise their P5W DH regardings OC, but I want an easy/direct (and 'clean') RAID10/0+1 for the security of the mirror, but speeded (slighty) up with stripe .. whichever order
Yeah, I dind't like the BUT either, which is why I sold the board before I ever used it and got the P5B Dlx
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The only but I need is with two t's, and that I only need for kicking with this new system once it's set up ...
target date: february 2008
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