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post #11 of 14
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You may want to read the conclusion of this review:

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha...us_p5b/12.html

so??? what is it there that I need to read? Their low overclocking results? cuz on the average it easily hits 450 fsb and the wr with the 6600 people hit 590 fsb with p5b deluxe...
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by ooztuncer View Post
so??? what is it there that I need to read? Their low overclocking results? cuz on the average it easily hits 450 fsb and the wr with the 6600 people hit 590 fsb with p5b deluxe...
That's all I can find @ the moment, however I've read a few reviews (XS.org) saying that the WiFi doesn't overclock as well and hits at 450FSB wall.
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post #13 of 14
sorry to say that it's simply not correct...

@OP: i will cut my off topic discussion here.
post #14 of 14
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ooztuncer

He knows exactly what guitar22891 is talking about, he's saying the P5B Deluxe/WiFi doesn't overclock as well as any other P5B deluxe motherboards.
You're incorrect though, and that article that you post, it's from August, where the first BIOS showed that a max of 400fsb was in the BIOS, whereas now there's a 650, except no one will ever get to that setting.

P5B Deluxe and Wi-Fi are identical, the only difference i the Wi-Fi card which can be disabled in the BIOS.

And btw, I could do 465fsb with an older BIOS version than the ones I have now + I had PROMOS back then also, and that's when I hit the wall with the PROMOS:



500 could be possible now that the 0711 are more stable and I can push RAM to 600mhz (1200mzh effective):



I just can't seem to know why people says that the Wi-Fi version will not overclock as high, when in fact the non/Wi-Fi to Wi-Fi are not different at all in lay-out. Same caps, phase power, same chipset, same BIOS basically....same old same old:

non Wi-Fi___Wi-Fi

Is it worth paying the extra $20 for the Wi-Fi? For me no but for those with wireless connectivity maybe. I got a Wi-Fi version only because that's what it came out first.
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