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post #11 of 21
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Well my Sig Rig listed below is running nicely at 3.7ghz.

Its good when u know what ure doing when overclocking

Makes things so much easier.
post #12 of 21
I love my Abit board with a passion. I do how ever wish I could run SLI. When I built my rig I never thought I'd want to. But after building my brothers new machine running dual g92 gts cards I've changed my mind a bit.

Though the 780i is a ***** to overclock. I'm about to give up on my bro's machine.
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Originally Posted by MrSpock2002 View Post
I love my Abit board with a passion. I do how ever wish I could run SLI. When I built my rig I never thought I'd want to. But after building my brothers new machine running dual g92 gts cards I've changed my mind a bit.

Though the 780i is a ***** to overclock. I'm about to give up on my bro's machine.
Mrspock, u CAN run Sli on Intel chipsets, but not with 8-series cards . i'm still hoping for a new hack/patch coming out for the 8 series, so i can upgrade. (currently i use the NGO sli patch)
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post #14 of 21
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Lol..

what is ure point by that comment

Im just saying the Intel Chipsets are much easier to overclock then the Nvidia Chipsets.

Quite a nice board too

Lolz i also meant p35 chips not cips haha
I am trying to make better comunity

Also yeah , for me , everything is hard to overclock.
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post #15 of 21
I loved OCing my E6600 on my 680i SLI, the fact that you can run RAM unlinked is great.
    
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post #16 of 21
hmm, never had any issues getting my quad to 4ghz, and 24/7 at 3.6..?

maybe i got lucky with my 680i
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Only downside is P35 has no SLI, so 2xGT is out
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post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Benny99 View Post
Wow im amazed at how easy p35 chips are to overclock.

Got my bros PC behind me P35 DS3L E4500 .

2.2 to 3.0

Upped the FSb from 200 to 275 (11x275)

upped the vcore from 1.26 to 1.28

and changed the memory timings 2:3 ratio from 800mhz to 825

Ran Memtest no errors and Running orthos Large FFT right now.

I meen im comparing it to a Nvidia (680i) board which takes so much more work to get a stable overclock.
agreed
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post #19 of 21
what are cips lol?
p35 are really nice boards to overclock,just change a number and you are done.
    
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post #20 of 21
Ya I love the intel boards. I got a E2180 1.8Ghz to 3.15Ghz with a Zalman 9700 and a P5B Deluxe. Thing vdrooped like a mother but when you figured out how much it was easy to get dialed in. That thing runs pretty cool (I could go 3.3+ if I felt like it but I don't want to have to fix it over the phone if it wasn't tested enough)

Using the E6600 that I had with that P5B's first owner which I got to 3.6 on that board. I could not get 3.6 stable on an 780i Board I reciently built so he could have SLIed 8800GTXes. Probably with a bit more tweeking I could have gotten it working but I again didnt want to mess with it from 1000 miles away if things went wrong. (So i left it at 3.3 and its been great so far)

Now I am on a P5K-E WifiAP and its also overclockin pretty darn good. I got this board when it first came out with a K3 Stepping Q6600 and at first thought this was the one ASUS board that sucked... Now a few months and bios updates later it is an amazing board with great overclock potential. ASUS has never let me down as long as you wait a few months before you start expecting super greatness out of their boards. Their high end usually does alright early on like their gaming boards and such, but their midrange and such usually takes a little time before it becomes what everyone expects.

Long Live ASUS!


I cannot wait to finally build my own comp. My p4p800 with a 3.0 @3.3 P4 Prescott is starting to show its age bigtime.

Im looking to get a Q9550 and a x38/x48 board with hopefully DDR2 (or 3 if the price comes down before then) and 2 ATI 3870x2's

4Ghz on water here i come.
     
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