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i'm using xfx bios actually.


680i, 680i LT are made by nVidia
EVGA, XFX, BFG just put their brand on 680i LT.


Logically, it will work.
yeah.... gotta be careful with manufacture warranty.
where did you get the P33 BIOS from? can you pass it to me?
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Sorry Take long time.

heres the BIOS
    
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thanks a lot, i'll give it a try as soon as i get home!
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I doubt that if I'd try that now, it would help much. I pushed mine too far I think, it doesn't like any form of undervoltaging except if it's on stock clocks for some reason. I used to be able to run 3Ghz at like 1.35v and now I'm not sure it even does that anymore

I'll see if it wants to OC a bit again, and if it does I'll swap the BIOS.
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the BIOS file worked just fine, i'm now running P33 BIOS on my LT board, thanks for the file yukiz... Now to try to overclock again
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I've been tinkering with the P33 and it opened up a gap in my fsb hole so that I could get 3.4 (not 3.2 or 3.6). Before 3.4 was very unstable and very hot, now it's running at decent temps and seems stable.

Is there any advantage in the P08 at all? I remember not having the voltage controls for everything sent me into fits when ocing on P06.
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I've been tinkering with the P33 and it opened up a gap in my fsb hole so that I could get 3.4 (not 3.2 or 3.6). Before 3.4 was very unstable and very hot, now it's running at decent temps and seems stable.

Is there any advantage in the P08 at all? I remember not having the voltage controls for everything sent me into fits when ocing on P06.
from my experience i would say no. those extra voltage options mean a LOT when it comes to overclocking those boards.

nice work on 3.4ghz, its a hard clock to get on that board. sometimes its best to go by the old saying "if it aint broke, dont fix it" .. stick with P33 i rekon.
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from my experience i would say no. those extra voltage options mean a LOT when it comes to overclocking those boards.

nice work on 3.4ghz, its a hard clock to get on that board. sometimes its best to go by the old saying "if it aint broke, dont fix it" .. stick with P33 i rekon.
i cant get past 3.0, If i'll go any higher my computer would freeze or won't boot up. I left it with a 1333 FSB, with 1.4V, 800Mhz for the memory. I don't know were to go from here, if i move the voltage it would get very hot, and i think my memory isn't helping. HELP!!!
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Hmmm, I have a question on this board again. This page on the XFX site has a download for the CPU compatibility list for all boards XFX makes. Now I was looking for a new CPU (Q9550) and I remembered (no lies) that the Q9xxx's didn't love the 680i chipsets, and that probably was the same for the 680i LT.

But surprisingly now, it says right there that they do support Q9650, Q9550 etc. etc... Should I believe them? Because I am really sceptic about that
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Hmmm, I have a question on this board again. This page on the XFX site has a download for the CPU compatibility list for all boards XFX makes. Now I was looking for a new CPU (Q9550) and I remembered (no lies) that the Q9xxx's didn't love the 680i chipsets, and that probably was the same for the 680i LT.

But surprisingly now, it says right there that they do support Q9650, Q9550 etc. etc... Should I believe them? Because I am really sceptic about that
supporting the chip is one thing.

allowing for stable tweaking and overclocking, is something else.

personally, if i were you, i would not put a 45nm chip on that board, and expect good OC results. we all found out how hard it was for the Q6600. newer tech is only gonna make it harder. if you want a 45nm and wanna stay with nvidia chips, get a 780i board.
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