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post #4211 of 5659
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He is using the P5N32-E deluxe, different chipset, very different board, sorry.

The P5N and P5N32-e both use the 6 series chipset (650i and 680i respectively).


Would folks be willing to post their voltages, their "read" voltages (via everest, BIOS etc.) and maybe their set ones?

I got my board back from RMA, and just cannot stabilize it for the life of me.
Did not know that....

My Voltages ...set in Bios.

Over Clock Specs..

CPUVtt 1.45v..
Mem 2.20v..
VCore 1.375v..
SB 1.50v..
NB 1.40v..
VHT 1.25v (auto)..
    
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Thanks guys.

I'm going to remove my heatpipes and mosfet coolers this week, I bought the Spirit IIs and the Mosfet replacements, how hard are the heatpipes to pull? I see little pushpin type things holding them on, do I need to remove the motherboard to get these off or can I do this with the board in the case and a pair of pliers?

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post #4213 of 5659
Yes, you will have to pull the mother board to get the clips off.

Simply take a small jewelers pliers (just really small needle nose pliers) pinch the tabs, and push it through gently. I usually just take my finger nails and use those to pinch the tabs in and apply slight pressure, due to the strings on the other side of the board, it pretty much pulls its self though.
    
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post #4214 of 5659
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Thanks guys.

I'm going to remove my heatpipes and mosfet coolers this week, I bought the Spirit IIs and the Mosfet replacements, how hard are the heatpipes to pull? I see little pushpin type things holding them on, do I need to remove the motherboard to get these off or can I do this with the board in the case and a pair of pliers?

McSterls
I used a big nail clipper to clip black pins of front/back very easy to pull out!
A tip, use the upside down technique ( Littleratt ™) when you install the Spirit II this way you’re two GTX will fit like glove!
Not hard to, only you little cracking noise Nb/Sb because the thermal past is dryed out.
The one on left is Littlerattâ„¢ upside down technique.
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I'm currently running PC6400 RAM, This weekend I'm swapping out NB/SB cooolers and going back to 1203 BIOS. I think that I could run faster and better with differnt RAM, I've been looking at peopls sigs and I'm just confused.

what's the best RAM I could get to help with my OC?
Am I limited to DDR2-800 like the board is rated? I see other people with other speeds?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Sorry but I just need to know 1 answer but please send your answer clear with proof (photo or official resource )

I need to know exactly what is the south bridge chipset model of the following product :

1.Asus P5N32-E sli
2.Asus P5N32-E Sli Plus

If anybody can provide me a photo that would be the best.
post #4217 of 5659
Well, I have no photos & assuming my word of honor will not suffice, here is the information you're looking for:

SOURCE

... [For the P5N32-E PLUS,] they took the recently introduced 650i SLI SPP (C55) and paired it with the 570 SLI MCP (MCP55) utilized in the AMD 570/590 SLI product lines. ASUS called this innovative melding of an Intel SPP and AMD MCP based chipsets their Dual x16 Chipset with HybridUp Technology. Whatever you want to call it, we know it just flat out works and does so for around $185 as you will see in our test results shortly.

Before we get to our initial performance results and discussion of the ASUS's P5N32-E SLI Plus hybrid board design we need to first explain the differences between it and the 680i/680i LT motherboards. In an interesting turn of events we find the recently introduced 680i LT SLI chipset also utilizing the nForce 570 SLI MCP with the new/revised 680i LT SPP while the 680i SLI chipset utilizes the nForce 590 SLI MCP and 680i SLI MCP.
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Well, I have no photos & assuming my word of honor will not suffice, here is the information you're looking for:

SOURCE

... [For the P5N32-E PLUS,] they took the recently introduced 650i SLI SPP (C55) and paired it with the 570 SLI MCP (MCP55) utilized in the AMD 570/590 SLI product lines. ASUS called this innovative melding of an Intel SPP and AMD MCP based chipsets their Dual x16 Chipset with HybridUp Technology. Whatever you want to call it, we know it just flat out works and does so for around $185 as you will see in our test results shortly.

Before we get to our initial performance results and discussion of the ASUS's P5N32-E SLI Plus hybrid board design we need to first explain the differences between it and the 680i/680i LT motherboards. In an interesting turn of events we find the recently introduced 680i LT SLI chipset also utilizing the nForce 570 SLI MCP with the new/revised 680i LT SPP while the 680i SLI chipset utilizes the nForce 590 SLI MCP and 680i SLI MCP.

Thanks for your fast answer.can you provide me the information about South bridge chipset of P5N32-e sli too ?
post #4219 of 5659
As I said,

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... while the 680i SLI chipset utilizes the nForce 590 SLI MCP and 680i SLI MCP.
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I'm currently running PC6400 RAM, This weekend I'm swapping out NB/SB cooolers and going back to 1203 BIOS. I think that I could run faster and better with differnt RAM, I've been looking at peopls sigs and I'm just confused.

what's the best RAM I could get to help with my OC?
Am I limited to DDR2-800 like the board is rated? I see other people with other speeds?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
OCZ DDR2 PC8500 2048MB KIT, Nvidia SLI- Ready Edition.( mine choice, great mem setting and price, looks good to)

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OCZ DDR2 PC8500 2048MB KIT, Reaper HPC, 2x1024MB, Heat Pipe, E.P.P

the Lower the spd the better mem settings you will get, check mine cpu 3.6 9x400fsb mem 800 4-4-4-5 1:1 is still the best way.
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