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Brilliant!! Ta muchly for this guys
post #22 of 27
I am sure you can leave out that almost

The P5W can exceed 400MHz on the FSB, and with some luck (and good cooling) you might hit 3.0GHz with the E6300
    
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post #23 of 27
I didn't want to commit myself, just wanted to post before you had the chance

If its anything like the P5B-D then it will serve you well for overclocking
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post #24 of 27
Rofl

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post #25 of 27
Lol
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post #26 of 27
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Well thats better than i ever expected, i'm getting this case http://www.antec.com/uk/productDetails.php?ProdID=08009 so i think my cooling will be good enough. Thnxs again for this
post #27 of 27
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The Asus P5W DH Deluxe can indeed run SLI with modded drivers!

Now, I don't know where to get those drivers... Let's hear it from the nVidia guys (maybe you want to post a thread in the nVidia section asking for them)
Those drivers are old, I think over a year old, they're the 84.56, I haven't heard of new 9x.xx being modded, so IMO, I think it's best to get a high-end card with the latest drivers than a new card with a year old drivers. Performance wise there won't be that much of a difference.

And also, those modded drivers will not support a current nor future video card because we know that with each driver release, a new card is supported, so if your new card is not in that list? You're out of luck and back to square one.

I found the modded drivers at XS but don't know exactly where because it was a direct link, I had them but I deleted them, I don't think I'll ever need nor go SLI. Unless I get it for free.
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