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post #1 of 24
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Hello!

Which one would you choose for Q6600 Overclocking?

DFI LanParty LT P35-T2R or DFI LanParty DK P35-T2R

Is the difference really worth it?

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i would say DFI DK P35-T2R a member here was able to get his quad to 540 fsb with it
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I think the DK is newer and has some BIOS settings specifically designed for quad core overclocking.
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How is Vdrop and Vdroop on this mobo? (DK)

I would keep the DS3P but it doesn´t allow me to change that much in bios
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have you tried Ctrl F1 on the main screen.. it not that bad
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post #6 of 24
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Yeah but nothings happens...in the first BIOS u could change mem settings by that...but it vas solved by a Update
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post #7 of 24
The DK is the cheaper version of the LT, with the LT having more features. LT is the same as the UT, except no heatpipe on the motherboard. DK and LT should overclock about the same.
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post #8 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by dralb View Post
I think the DK is newer and has some BIOS settings specifically designed for quad core overclocking.
That is correct. More specifically GTL voltage options.
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Can anybody post what the actual options are? On my LT there are a number of GTL voltage options. I am using the latest 3/17 BIOS.
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post #10 of 24
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Can anybody post what the actual options are? On my LT there are a number of GTL voltage options. I am using the latest 3/17 BIOS.

How is overclocking with your Quad on that mobo?
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