Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel Motherboards › 680i vs P965
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

680i vs P965 - Page 2

post #11 of 41
I quoted off from Slade, whos quoted from XS

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sladesurfer View Post
(Originally posted by Kunaak at Xtremesytems)

"I been getting a ton of people asking me in PM's and in my posts about advice and such for overclocking the 680i chipsets, and how I can get the results I have from these boards.
so, I'll try to write down anything I can think of about these boards thats worth knowing.... atleast, that I personally have tested and know 100% for sure is working for me.
however, what works for my board, may not work for yours, so dont think this is a conclusive post or anything.

First, Alittle about me and the 680i.
I use the Asus P5N32-E Sli. stock default bios.
no mods (I would if I could find any, and havent got curious enough to start looking for them myself)

I have No SLI cards.
why this is important to mention?

cause lately, I see a whole lot of 680i "reports" that have little to nothing to do with the board, and get overshadowed by the 8800GTX's or such being used.
which tells me nothing.
zilch. nada... zip, as useless as if I didn't even see the post.
a SLI board that can run SLI... wow... amazing... neato...
but what about the board?

well, thats where I come in... kinda.
see, I've spent the last week, doing nothing.... notttttttttthing related to videocards, no 3Dmark, nothing related to anything other then whats in the BIOS and what will get me more speed.
I spend atleast 3-4 hours a night booting, and rebooting that board over and over and over again, changing 1 setting at a time to find what works and what doesnt and where the glitchs are, and where they arent.
sometimes, the results are very curious...
heres a few.



1. CPU HT Voltage.

easily the most important voltage on my board when it comes to breaking 500 FSB's with it.
no voltage, not Ram, not vcore, not chipset.... no voltage does as much for this board as this one voltage, CPU HT Voltage.
stock voltage is 1.2 volts.... tops is 1.55.
what its related too?
not a clue... but what it does, is very clear.
it gets me high FSB's and makes them boot everytime.
take this voltage down even alittle, and you find a quick loss in overclockability with this board.
I just leave it at 1.55, it doesnt seem to affect the CPU temps, but it does have a direct effect on the results, and not a small one either.
in my case 1.2 volts will work fine to about 420.
1.55 volts will work fine to 525.
thats not a small range as you can see...
so thats where I suggest you start first, if you want to try going higher.

I dont think the reference 680i boards from EVGA, BFG, ECS or anyone are the same caliber as this Asus board, since they are all stock Nvidia boards, so I dont know how much this will help anyone with a Stock board, but if you have a Asus 680i, definatly give this voltage a shot.


2. CPU Multiplier.

this is where things get very tricky with this board.
it took me a few days to notice this, but the CPU multiplier has a direct effect on the bandwidth of your ram.

in my case, going from 7 x 500, to 6 x 500, loses me about 20% in bandwidth, I've tested this with Crystal CPUID, Sisoft sandra, and Everest Ultimate Edition.
its the same everytime...
the lower your multiplier goes, the less bandwith you get for your ram.
so 1000 mhz on the ram, at 6 x 500, is not the same as 1000 mhz at 7 x 500.

Lowering your multiplier on these boards has a drawback that you might not wanna live with, especially if your overclocking a high multiplier CPU on Air, like a E6700, where you been lowering it on the 965/975 chipsets with no penalty to your speeds in things like Super Pi, but if you lower the Multiplier from its stock default multiplier on the 680i, you will get a slower score then you might be expecting, and it's probably directly related to the bandwidth loss you suffer by lowering your multiplier.

3. Ram Speed Glitch.

Theres a Glitch that one can Exploit when Overclocking with the 680i boards, and it's signifigant enough that its worth mentioning.

your ram speed will be reported wrong in a few programs like Ntune, if you lower your multiplier.

set 1000 mhz in bios, it boots at 1 ghz, but you ran a 6 multiplier, instead of 7.... when you look in Ntune, it will report 1200 mhz.

this only happens when you lower the multiplier.
I havent taken the time to see if this glitch effects CPUZ yet.
(its thanksgiving, and I just got home)

so this is something to be aware of, to avoid fakers and false results.

4. 1T Command Rate.

This ones a iffy one, cause some people will want to not believe it.

1300 mhz, cas 5-4-4-10 at 2T.... is only alittle faster then 900 mhz, cas 3-3-3-8-1T.

regaurdless of the speed used, linked or unlinked... 1T is very fast, when you get it up to 900+ Mhz.

I tested this at 3.5 ghz (7 x 500) many many times.
unlinked mode always, and setting my ram speeds manually.

cas 3 at 900 mhz, and 1T.... while not exactly easy to get stable, is almost as fast as 1300 mhz at cas 5-4-4 at 2T.
while I admit, I have not tested this in gaming yet... in everything else, this has been confirmed for me over and over.

heres where it gets alittle fuzzy.
1300 mhz... while you may not believe it, is alot easier on these boards then it sounds. I am starting to think, that pretty much any High Quality ram has a real good shot at 1200 mhz easy on these at reasonable voltages, and 1300 mhz if you push it alittle.

but at the same time, cas 3 at 900 mhz at 1T, isn't so easy.
it takes extra voltage usually, and is harder to keep stable.
but should prove to be great for extreme benchmarks should you choose the 1T/low latency route.

so it's not so easy to say one is faster then the other, cause high MHz is definatly easier to achieve, then moderatly high speeds with low cas at 1T is.
it wont suprise me if this is a aguement that is very hard to have a conclusion with.


5. Heat and Overclocking.

if you take nothing I say here serious, atleast take this one point and listen for a second.

these boards run really.... reaaaaaaaally hot.
my Asus board here has heatpipes all over it, but after about 5 minutes of it on, its clear the heatpipes on this board are doing little to nothing for this board. this board should not be run with any form of passive cooling if you intend to overclock.

active cooling is a must, and not just for the NB.
the SB and PWM area all too get very very hot when running overclocked for long periods of time. to give you an example, how I found this out was.... I was poking around the board with my flashlight looking for some ICS, so I could see if there was a clockgen available for this board.
the board was on and running...
I tapped the NB heatsink, with my flashlight hand... and I burned my hand.
not like alittle warm... I mean burned.
at the time, the board was heavily overclocked, and running some high voltages... but no different then any other overclocker would do.
to say it was hot, isnt the right word.
I've seen boards that run hot in the past... especially after days like the first prescotts.
this board makes the prescott look like a ice cube.

these boards need far better cooling then I am seeing on them at stock.

it might take a hour or so of heavy overclocking or gaming to see what I mean, but touch the heatsink and you will see what I mean.

put fans on there, anywhere you can if you overclock.
these things need it.


6. Latency and "Strap".

this board definatly does run with some form of "Strap".
however, where they are, isnt exactly clear yet.
what I mean is... passing 1066 FSB, doesnt mean your gonna automatically get the 1333 FSB strap kicking in.

when your at a low FSB like 333 or so, your gonna be around 50-55 NS for latency.
when you get to above 500 FSB your gonna be about 60-65NS for latency.

boot at 9 x 400, and you will have a faster set of ram, then if you booted at 8 x 450, cause the latency and the multiplier bandwidth loss would make it less of a good overclock then you might think, even though your ram appears to be running faster, you might find the difference is shockingly small, cause your taking a hit in 2 ways.
the latency of the chipset changes... and your lower multiplier then the stock one, also makes your ram take a high on its bandwidth.

so test your OC's alot before you settle for one, cause just setting one speed without testing it... may result in a slower speed then you thought you had, cause of things you cant actually control, like the chipset latency, and the bandwidth you lose by lowering your multiplier.

7. 1333 Mhz Wall.

this is gonna sound strange, cause its only a hunch...
but getting 1300 mhz with these boards is almost too easy.
however the closer you get to 1333... the sharper your stability falls.
I have 2 sets of ram that easily hit 1300.
but its the same in both cases. theres a drastic fall in stability once you get near, or pass 1333 mhz on your ram speed.
so drastic, that it actually seems like a wall, more then a hardware limit.

getting up to about 1310 mhz is easy with alittle stability.
1320 will work for awhile.
but 1333 is a quick and drastic change in stability.

my guess... and yes, I have no proof of this.
is that theres a hardware wall within the bios, to make 1333 mhz not possible.

why?

cause the 1333 FSB is intels next CPU FSB.
and Ive seen this before with the 925x chipset, where they didnt want people taking 200 FSB CPU's changing them to 266 and getting a cheap extreme edition.
so there was a near solid wall at 260-ish.
but that same wall, didnt exist for CPU's with the 266 FSB.

would they do it again?
sure, why not?
this gives them a reason to push the 1333 FSB even more, if they appear to OC better... when they really are just getting a free jump over a bios limitation.

so thats my little conspiracy theory.

8. Linked or Unlinked.

this is something I really dont know where to go with...
I've heard people claim that Unlinked is slower then Linked.

however, after about 20 trys with Super Pi, and various bandwith tests.... I can't see to find any differences, between linked or unlinked.
I mean none... I get no benifit from running linked, then I do unlinked....


9. Dividers.

when you run stock, you have a few usual dividers to play with, like 3:2, 5:4 and 1:1.

when you run unlinked, you have a whole range of odd dividers that kick in to determine your ram speed.
however, some dividers seem to be less stable then others.
example.

for me running 7 x 500, I run unlinked.
unlinked at 1300 mhz, and Auto for the divider I get 1300 mhz even, and uses the 10/13 divider.
but run linked, and set the divider manually and I use 3:2.... which says it gets me 1300 mhz in bios, but reboot and I get 1333 Mhz.... not the 1300 it said.
to get it to boot at 1300 at 3:2, I gotta clock down 1 FSB to make the ram seen at 1299 mhz... but that turns out to be less stable, then if I let the bios just use the 13/10 divider, when I set auto and left it unlinked.

so try different combinations for your ram, and realize, some dividers are less stable then others.


10. OS Corruption and high Ram MHz.

heres the one biggest drawback to this board so far.

with how easy it is to et past 1200 mhz with these boards, your gonna wanna push your ram farther and farther.
if your anything like me, you will just keep trying and trying till you cant go any farther.
but once you pass 1330 mhz...
you will quick start to corrupt your OS, and it wont boot anymore, or constantly gives you BSODs just after the load screen.
usually, a windows repair install wont work either, cause by then, you probably corrupted most of your boot drivers, DLLs and such... so theres nothing for windows to work with, it may not even see that theres a OS there to repair...

so be very verrrrrrrry careful if you really get into pushing your ram, otherwise you might loose everything off your hard drive.
make back ups of your information that you dont want to lose, and get yourself a copy of Norton Ghost, if you really wanna start pushing your ram on these boards.
cause Data Corruption happens very easily past 1330 mhz."


Kanaak was able to hit 500x7 FSB stable on air with "no" adjustments. He was also able to easily hit 525 after some messing about. With the EVGA board, I have been unable to get past 470FSB no matter what I tried. Considering the boards are the same price, I think an extra 30-55 FSB is worth it.
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
post #12 of 41
Heres the main part

Quote:
With the EVGA board, I have been unable to get past 470FSB no matter what I tried. Considering the boards are the same price, I think an extra 30-55 FSB is worth it
Also i heard the Biostar 680i board is an alternative, its suppose to be a decent clocker, but don't quote me on it

Or
ASUS P5N32-E SLI (Its the same as the Striker except for some extra feature)
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
post #13 of 41
Thread Starter 
Nice info. The P5B is tried and true. Great CPU and memory performance. The 680i is a little iffy all around, but you can run SLI....hmmmm
System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2500k ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 AMD 7970 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Intel 520 256GB SATA DVD Burner Windows 7 64 bit Deal U2410 
KeyboardPowerMouse
Adesso Mechanical Silverstone OP650 Logitech G700 
  hide details  
Reply
System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2500k ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 AMD 7970 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Intel 520 256GB SATA DVD Burner Windows 7 64 bit Deal U2410 
KeyboardPowerMouse
Adesso Mechanical Silverstone OP650 Logitech G700 
  hide details  
Reply
post #14 of 41
Yup, I follow kanaaks posts religously as well. I had the evga and could only hit 464 max. With my asus on my e6700 (now replaced), I hit 7x500 out of the box on stock voltage with the original bios. i sold the evga because there is a hard limit to the fsb clock. the asus p5n32-e (which i only paid 254+gst canadian for?) hits 500 easy and 534 with voltage increases.
Murder Box II
(18 items)
 
Home PC
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel 8700k Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Gaming 7 Zotac 1080Ti AMP Extreme Edition G. Skill Trident Z - 32GB/ 3200Hz/CL14/Dual 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Sandisk Extreme Pro 480GB Swiftech H240 X2 Prestige AIO Windows 10 Home 64 Bit Acer Z35P 1440P G-Sync 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Delux T9 Pro / Logitech K360 EVGA Supernova G2 1000W Corsair 750D Airflow Mionix Naos 7000 
Mouse PadAudioAudioOther
Perixx DX-3000LAL Aluminum Sound Blaster Z Logitech Z906 - 5.1 Maxnomic Commander S-III Gaming Chair 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel G3440 Asus B85M-E/CSM EVGA GTX 950 Patriot Viper 3 - 2x8GB 1600hz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung EVO 850 - 500GB + 4TB/3TB x 2/2TB WD Green LG CH12LS28 Bluray Scythe Big Shuriken 2 w/Corsair SP120 Fan Windows 10 64 Bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung 75" TV.... GooBang Doo MX3 Corsair CX430 V2 NMEDIAPC HTPC 6000B w/ Pro LCD Module 
Mouse
GooBang Doo MX3 
  hide details  
Reply
Murder Box II
(18 items)
 
Home PC
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel 8700k Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Gaming 7 Zotac 1080Ti AMP Extreme Edition G. Skill Trident Z - 32GB/ 3200Hz/CL14/Dual 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Sandisk Extreme Pro 480GB Swiftech H240 X2 Prestige AIO Windows 10 Home 64 Bit Acer Z35P 1440P G-Sync 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Delux T9 Pro / Logitech K360 EVGA Supernova G2 1000W Corsair 750D Airflow Mionix Naos 7000 
Mouse PadAudioAudioOther
Perixx DX-3000LAL Aluminum Sound Blaster Z Logitech Z906 - 5.1 Maxnomic Commander S-III Gaming Chair 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel G3440 Asus B85M-E/CSM EVGA GTX 950 Patriot Viper 3 - 2x8GB 1600hz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung EVO 850 - 500GB + 4TB/3TB x 2/2TB WD Green LG CH12LS28 Bluray Scythe Big Shuriken 2 w/Corsair SP120 Fan Windows 10 64 Bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung 75" TV.... GooBang Doo MX3 Corsair CX430 V2 NMEDIAPC HTPC 6000B w/ Pro LCD Module 
Mouse
GooBang Doo MX3 
  hide details  
Reply
post #15 of 41
Thread Starter 
So if I go 680i, ASUS is the way to go?
System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2500k ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 AMD 7970 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Intel 520 256GB SATA DVD Burner Windows 7 64 bit Deal U2410 
KeyboardPowerMouse
Adesso Mechanical Silverstone OP650 Logitech G700 
  hide details  
Reply
System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2500k ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 AMD 7970 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Intel 520 256GB SATA DVD Burner Windows 7 64 bit Deal U2410 
KeyboardPowerMouse
Adesso Mechanical Silverstone OP650 Logitech G700 
  hide details  
Reply
post #16 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Robilar View Post
Yup, I follow kanaaks posts religously as well. I had the evga and could only hit 464 max. With my asus on my e6700 (now replaced), I hit 7x500 out of the box on stock voltage with the original bios. i sold the evga because there is a hard limit to the fsb clock. the asus p5n32-e (which i only paid 254+gst canadian for?) hits 500 easy and 534 with voltage increases.

I'd go for the Asus P5N32-E SLI if i want SLI and performance. Or the Striker if i'm feeling happy
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
post #17 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
So if I go 680i, ASUS is the way to go?
Yes, P5N32-E SLI or Striker
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
Mikey's Rig
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD 1700X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X G.SKILL RGB 3200Mhz CL14 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 250GB Corsair H100i With 2 Corsair HD120 Windows 10 x64 Pro Samsung 28" 4K 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 Seasonic Titanium 850W Corsair 570X Razor DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudio
RadPadZ XT Creative HD Titanium 
  hide details  
Reply
post #18 of 41
Thread Starter 
I won't pay $400 for a motherboard....

Will the P5N32-E or P5B do 4 drives in RAID0?

What I want:
  • 500Mhz FSB
  • 4 drives RAID0 support
  • Quad Core upgrade route
What I would like:
  • SLI
Why is the P5N32-E SLI out of stock everywhere. Are they selling, or are the supplies limited?

I will clearly need a fancy NB cooler (will do watercooling). But what bothers me is you have to get aftermarket cooling for SB and voltage regulators as well. I am sure air will be fine for SB and voltage stuff. But, what coolers do you use?
System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2500k ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 AMD 7970 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Intel 520 256GB SATA DVD Burner Windows 7 64 bit Deal U2410 
KeyboardPowerMouse
Adesso Mechanical Silverstone OP650 Logitech G700 
  hide details  
Reply
System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2500k ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 AMD 7970 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Intel 520 256GB SATA DVD Burner Windows 7 64 bit Deal U2410 
KeyboardPowerMouse
Adesso Mechanical Silverstone OP650 Logitech G700 
  hide details  
Reply
post #19 of 41
Sorry to ruin the party here but why in the world would you want sli 8800gts? My setup can play anything on high maximum with no problem at all with any resolution with no problems!!!

Now you want SLI? come on man your just over doing it, even if you have the money don't spend it on something that won't have any use of the power but benchmarks which that is completely silly.

Save your money and just buy a new video card like every year, because even if you go SLI you will want to upgrade, trust me.
My love machine
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 2.9 MacBook Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB 8GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
512 SSD OSX El Capitan 13.3" 60W 
Case
MacBook 
  hide details  
Reply
My love machine
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 2.9 MacBook Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB 8GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
512 SSD OSX El Capitan 13.3" 60W 
Case
MacBook 
  hide details  
Reply
post #20 of 41
I'd think 16x12+ reses and 16x/16x AA/Aniso with HDR enabled and highest mapping quality available.
Raptor Raper
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Something with transistors FOXCONN Boodrage -> eVGA classified e760 GTX 480 / HD6850@1090/1200 3x2 gig G Skill Trident DDR2000 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2x128GB Crucial C300 Sumsung SATA DVD-RW 64 bit Windows 7 Samsung 245BW 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Microsoft curve Tagan ITZ 800W DD Torture Rack Diamondback 
  hide details  
Reply
Raptor Raper
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Something with transistors FOXCONN Boodrage -> eVGA classified e760 GTX 480 / HD6850@1090/1200 3x2 gig G Skill Trident DDR2000 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2x128GB Crucial C300 Sumsung SATA DVD-RW 64 bit Windows 7 Samsung 245BW 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Microsoft curve Tagan ITZ 800W DD Torture Rack Diamondback 
  hide details  
Reply
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Intel Motherboards
Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel Motherboards › 680i vs P965