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post #11 of 28
The MSI p35 vversion also broke 600, infact so did the abit p35 pro and several of the gigabyte versions. Oh and the DFI p35 deluxe or lanparty whatever it is.

Looking good for us overclockers.
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Originally Posted by Ninja_Boy View Post
I'm getting an Asus P5K Deluxe/WiFi-AP. It looks to be a great overclocker, a very stable board, and very future proof. It beats out any of the other P35 motherboards when compared. And, it is also a great looking board. I'm going to start things out with 400FSB 24/7, I'm also going to bump up my multiplier by one.

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Edit: Does the vanilla have SLI capabilities? Does the Deluxe? Is the Deluxe not piss colored?
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None of them have SLI capabilities. If you want sli, you will have to go with the 680i or 650i chipset.
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None of them have SLI capabilities. If you want sli, you will have to go with the 680i or 650i chipset.
bollocks. So when will we see 750i DDR3 chipsets?
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The only problem I find with that board is vcore droop.
It is not Vcore droop at all. It is Vcore Dampening and it works extremely well to keep the CPU much cooler at OC. Even if you overvolt the CPU the mobo only applies the Vcore required by the processing load. I was getting my E6300 up to 3.1 on stock volts and it was running very cool--ramping up the vcore did nothing to change reported voltage until I started Orthos

It is a totally different animal than the 965 or whatever you are comapring it to.

Vdroop is not an issue with OC stability.

This is the best OCing board I have ever had the pleasure to own.

And Slade is dead on about not needing the Deluxe.

The only reason I would get the Deluxe is for the accessories which are sorely lacking in the Vanilla--you do not even get a USB PCI plate with the Vanilla.
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It is not Vcore droop at all. It is Vcore Dampening and it works extremely well to keep the CPU much cooler at OC. Even if you overvolt the CPU the mobo only applies the Vcore required by the processing load. I was getting my E6300 up to 3.1 on stock volts and it was running very cool--ramping up the vcore did nothing to change reported voltage until I started Orthos

It is a totally different animal than the 965 or whatever you are comapring it to.

Vdroop is not an issue with OC stability.

This is the best OCing board I have ever had the pleasure to own.

And Slade is dead on about not needing the Deluxe.

The only reason I would get the Deluxe is for the accessories which are sorely lacking in the Vanilla--you do not even get a USB PCI plate with the Vanilla.
Zero Vcore droop on my board what so ever. I have the dampener enabled and my vcore doesn't move withing the 1/1000 of a volt being displayed. This new voltage dampener setting is excellent.
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I thought when you changed the multiplier like that it overclocks the northbridge further? Thats a 6600 at x6 multiplier. Wouldnt that be 9/6 x600? If so something seems fishy to me.
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I thought when you changed the multiplier like that it overclocks the northbridge further? Thats a 6600 at x6 multiplier. Wouldnt that be 9/6 x600? If so something seems fishy to me.
The FSB works the same with any multiplier. Lowering the multiplier only affects your CPU and decreases your CPU clock speed. To test your MAX FSB you need to drop your multiplier to allow your CPU headroom. I doubt you will see too many E6600s running at 9x600FSB which would be 5.4GHz.
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The FSB works the same with any multiplier.
There are a couple posts that say something different than what you are saying unless I am confused which is totally possible. This next part is taken from

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ight=p5b+strap

"Just like your CPU, the Northbridge on your motherboard (i865 and newer) has its own internal frequency and latencies which affect overall system stability. This is referred to as the NBCC (North Bridge Core Clock). The NBCC directly affects the performance and stability of your memory and CPU because Intel system used a NB based memory controller.
It has been recently discovered that the NBCC varies with your systems FSB and multiplier settings. The NBCC can be calculated by dividing your CPU current multiplier by its default multiplier and then multiplier the sum by your FSB.
For Example:
E6600 @ 500Mhz and a 7 multiplier:
(9 / 7) x 500 = 642Mhz NBCC
So it can be seen that lowering your multiplier, even though offering addition headway for FSB on the CPU, will increase the NBCC, reduce NB stability and thus cause the overall system stability to decrease."

What am I missing here? Different chipset? Isn't the above true on the P5B's?
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