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Since I cant seem to see it what are the major differences in the EP 45T-DS3R and the P35-DS3L?
P35-DS3L:
DDR2 Memory
1 PCIEx16 slot
4 Sata ports
6 rear USB
3x2 USB headers on board
I ethernet port
Unavailable

EP45T-DS3R
DDR3 Memory
2 PCIEx16 slots
6 Sata ports
8 rear USB
2x2 USB headers on Board
2 ethernet ports
Available Everywhere

If you want a DDR2 board similar, but better then the P35-DS3L, get the EP45-UD3P.
    
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P35-DS3L:
DDR2 Memory
1 PCIEx16 slot
4 Sata ports
6 rear USB
3x2 USB headers on board
I ethernet port
Unavailable

EP45T-DS3R
DDR3 Memory
2 PCIEx16 slots
6 Sata ports
8 rear USB
2x2 USB headers on Board
2 ethernet ports
Available Everywhere

If you want a DDR2 board similar, but better then the P35-DS3L, get the EP45-UD3P.
Thanks for taking the time to do that I almost missed it
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Sure I can when I get home.
Hey SgtSpike, did you get a chance to fill in your Bios settings into my spreadsheet?

Thanks in advance Bro!

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Thread Starter 
Agh, nope I haven't. Been super busy! Send me a PM as a reminder.
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is it hard to hit 4.0 on water cooling?

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As long as the chip is good for it, then no - it shouldn't be difficult at all.
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Hi guys, Is this the right place to ask about the EP35-DS3R?

If so has anyone else noticed this board not push to pci vid? Posts fine but would not output vid on 2 pci cards. Very weird. Outputs fine to pci-e.

Is this a known issue? Bios update in order?
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Hi guys, Is this the right place to ask about the EP35-DS3R?

If so has anyone else noticed this board not push to pci vid? Posts fine but would not output vid on 2 pci cards. Very weird. Outputs fine to pci-e.

Is this a known issue? Bios update in order?
Not a known issue as far as I know... but I've never used a PCI card with it before. Have you scoured the BIOS thoroughly looking for any kind of switch for video on PCI versus PCIe?
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Not a known issue as far as I know... but I've never used a PCI card with it before. Have you scoured the BIOS thoroughly looking for any kind of switch for video on PCI versus PCIe?
Not yet just running a burn in tonight. I'll check it tomorrow, I only have a 250w hooked up to it so I didn't want to throw a pci-e on there.

OK, think I found the issue. Looks like PCI bus (only the 3 external ones) is bad.

no worries though I was only going to run a pci raid card and external sound on them but I can work around that.

BTW I bought this off of fleabay so no reciept. Does Gigabyte RMA on serial number or reciept?
Edited by Hueristic - 6/29/09 at 10:22am
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will the ep35-ds3l work with the gts 250 graphic card?

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