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Been speaking to a mate of mine and he has an Antec 600-2 that he is getting rid of. Are they actually any good? I know it has a massive 200mm fan in the top. But my current Packard Bell case is smaller and so more convenient for space saving.
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Turns out the GTX460 my friend gave me was a v2 with a 192-bit bus, but still 1GB vRam. currently using it in my main rig, until the 7950 drivers get smoothed out. Also after an aftermarket cooler for my main rig. Going to use my H60 to cool my 775 rig CPU.

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Ah, the GTX460 Suck Edition, yeah, those are not as good as the real 1GB cards.
I really understand why you're doing this, the sheer fun of overclocking a machine you can really get into the depths of is unmatched by SB.
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Need an alternative solution to my GA-EP45-UD3P, seems the board is completely dead. But I have found an EVGA 780i FTW for £64 with delivery.

How good are these for overclocking?
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post #45 of 75
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jonnykiv View Post

Need an alternative solution to my GA-EP45-UD3P, seems the board is completely dead. But I have found an EVGA 780i FTW for £64 with delivery.
How good are these for overclocking?

I had a standard evga 780i board with q9550 and even while pencil modded couldn't get past 3.6 stable, my ep45 does 4.25ghz no problem.
But works fine with my b2 q6600 @ 3.3ghz
If I was you avoid nvidia chipsets like the plague. Intel Chipsets perform better and overclock higher.
Edited by DzillaXx - 3/8/12 at 1:25pm
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post #46 of 75
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Originally Posted by DzillaXx View Post

I had a standard evga 780i board and even while pencil modded couldn't get past 3.6 stable, my ep45 does 4.25ghz no problem.
If I was you avoid nvidia chipsets like the plague.

I agree, my P5Q-E has taken this chip to 4.3GHz and managed 513MHz FSB (488MHz stable) so you could settle for one of them if you can't find another UD3P/R.
The Gigabyte boards are the best for pushing high FSB with quads though.
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I have been searching high and low and cannot find another UD3 P/R anywhere. The closest I have come is either the Asus P5Q3 or Asus P5Q-E (asking for around £80). Not spending that much on a motherboard especially when it is used.

Any other motherboards that are good for overclocking?
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post #48 of 75
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Originally Posted by Jonnykiv View Post

Need an alternative solution to my GA-EP45-UD3P, seems the board is completely dead. But I have found an EVGA 780i FTW for £64 with delivery.
How good are these for overclocking?

I haven't heard many good things on the 780i but I have a lot of experience with the 790i and I have to say it is an excellent platform... very stable and easy to use overclocking.

I would imagine the 780i + updates is probably just as well off.
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just find a board with a p45 chipset and good vrm cooling.
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post #50 of 75
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I wish it was as easy to do as it is to say.

Put in an offer for an XFX 790i motherboard and it comes with 4GB Geil Black Dragon 1600 memory.


MAJOR EDIT: Just got the 790i motherboard with the 4GB Ram for £60 with Next Day Saturday Special delivery.
Edited by Jonnykiv - 3/8/12 at 1:54pm
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