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I dont even think your board supports 45nm quads if I remember correctly.
They say it supports them with an update for Bios...but I'm not 100% sure on that.
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They say it supports them with an update for Bios...but I'm not 100% sure on that.
They work with 45nm duals. But I just googled it and it seems 680i boards have issues with 45nm quads.
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Originally Posted by ChrisB17 View Post
They work with 45nm duals. But I just googled it and it seems 680i boards have issues with 45nm quads.
ChrisB17 is 100% correct. Many think it was an underhanded move by intel since they where trying to get the rights to SLI. The ES Yorkfields worked with them, but not the retail when they hit the streets.

So none of the 600 series boards will support the 45nm quads.

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Originally Posted by sublime0 View Post
I have one. I ordered a Q9300.... I was told its better at overclocking Quads than duals. I got my E6300 to 3.2 on water.. In all the reviews I read they are better for quads I generaly thought the higher the multi the better chance at a high oc.

Dude you will notice more difference then ever! I upgraded to the C2D from a Phenom 9600 and theres night and day. Im surprised such a small chip is so fast!
You have it reversed. The 680i LT is good with duals, it just doesnt supply the needed GTL REF voltage to OC quads.
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Thats amazing.... I cant wait to get this thing.... I cant even fathom how much faster its gonna be.... Ive had the same cpu since 2003.
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I moved from a P4 to my current system so i can assure you there is no comparison between the two man! Night and day!
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