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post #61 of 110
Thank you for the benchmark pictures

I was wondering, do you recommend me getting this motherboard for MY e6300? My p5ld2 doesn't boot my HDD when it reaches 357FSB, and i just bought a Tuniq Tower 120 because its summer.
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post #62 of 110
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22 View Post
you lucky bumm CD, that board got over 600fsb at XS if i remember right, and apparently all the ram dividers work to the limit of the ram which is going to be the big deal i think, like the 4:5 divider actually works on this baord apparently
What people "get" at XS and what a regular person can expect to get with their components lasting more than 2 weeks is completely different.

XS for some reason is interested in dangerously high voltage and suicide shots to impress people. I am not, and I don't think too many people here are.
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post #63 of 110
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Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
What people "get" at XS and what a regular person can expect to get with their components lasting more than 2 weeks is completely different.

XS for some reason is interested in dangerously high voltage and suicide shots to impress people. I am not, and I don't think too many people here are.
Well atleast some of us are into overclocking and please in the future do not speak for everyone else that may or may not agree with you. There are poeple here that are into more extreme overclocking then you are, and alot of them including CD have phase and many more things at there disposal to try and reach really high overclocks with. I like my stuff to last more then two weeks also and I was never trying to get anyone to do anything to make them break there stuff, infact most if not all of the advice I give out I have either tried or fall back on the side of caution so as not to get anyone to really toast there stuff.

What I was pointing at is that even with a large amount of volts it would be a real rare occasion for a 965 chipset board to hit 600fsb, and even harder a 975 or 680I. That is still a great achievement and its worth noting for some one that is working with the same motherboard and I am excited to see what someone here will get with it.

So if it can do that even with what ever else they poor at it then you would have to assume that it could do 500 to 550 under much less extreme conditions which is really good and couple that with the fact that it could use any of the dividers makes for it to be something that I would like to look into.

Edit: and why is your only post in this thread ragging on me for saying I saw a certain performance value at another forum with this same piece of equipment.
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Question for CD. The Asus website show 0302 as the release BIOS for the P5K, along with several update versions. Mine is currently 0202. What BIOS would you recommend?
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post #65 of 110
re my previous post: BIOS 0202 is the first release for the P5K Deluxe. I will reflash to 0302.
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post #66 of 110
Thread Starter 
SOrry about the lag I have been super busy modding 900s

THe P5K now is in my Webmaster's Stacker 830--he paid me a visit last night and scooped it up along with some G Skill DDR2 800 and my X CLio PSU...

We benched the board a last time and I am still very very impressed and have ordered aother one of these boards to try out my E6600.

The board runs fantastic at FSB 444 CPU X7 DDR2 @ 1066 on STOCK VOLTS.

STOCK VOLTS....

Try that with a 965 or 975 board....

Just for sniggles we slapped an Ixtrema CPU cooler on there and saw the same temps at IDle that I get on LC under 100% load--that's how good LCing is. But I was impressed that the CPU roons so cool on air...39C idle 55C Load on air with a newly seated HSF.
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I had to give the P5K to my webmaster...I liked it a lot--simple a blazing fast board. Might have to get me another....
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post #69 of 110
Cyber I am planning on buying a P5K regular for a RAID 0+1 (probably) setup with a Q6600 and AC Freezer 7 Pro..

What can I expect? Solid good performance or sub par? I need the best quality board without cracking the bank...
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post #70 of 110
It's got no RAID (or at least no decent RAID), so it's pretty useless for you.
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