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Hey I'm building a new machine for overclocking.. I was wonder if this motherboard is any good? my setup is going to be

ABIT IP35P LGA 775 Intel P35 ATX Intel Motherboard,

Patriot Extreme Performance 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory

Intel Pentium E2180 Allendale 2.0GHz LGA 775 65W Dual-Core Processor Model BX80557E2180 - Retail

ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 7 Pro 92mm CPU Cooler - Retail

ENERMAX FMA II EG565P-VE 535W ATX12V Power Supply - Retail

XFX PVT84JUDD3 GeForce 8600GT XXX 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 SLI Supported Video Card - Retail

Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3250410AS 250GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive - OEM


Could anyone tell me what kind of speeds ill get out of this setup? Also should I BSEL the chip for better speeds? Also If anyone could tell me of a better mobo in the $100 range that would be better then this one or get higher stable speeds?
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I thought the e2180 was 2.2ghz stock? Could be wrong, but yeah there are people on here that can get 3 ghz out of those processors easily with aftermarket cooling. as far as the motherboard goes from what I understand the abit ip35 is one of the better boards for the p35 chipset but your looking at the ip35p which I believe is like my board the P5K pro except mine has two pci-express slots. My board was 104.99 check it out you may like it better, I love it so far.
Edited by Mattb2e - 7/4/08 at 2:19pm
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that motherboard is good but I'd go with a new p45 board overclocks a lot better and is newer.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128345

e5200 is going to replace the e2xxx series very soon.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814125089
this videocard will be a lot better than the 8600GT
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The e2180 is 2.0ghz.
The ip35-p should be a good board. I know the 'e' is, although I have no experience of the 'p'.

darkside is right on the money with that GPU, much better than the 8600gt.

I would still go with the e2180, 3.2ghz (1.45v for me - others can use much less) is easy, although you will need cooling better than stock to get above 3ghz from my experience. You shouldn't need a BSeL mod with that board.

This RAM would be a better buy IMO-
G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1000

This is a fantastic air cooler that blows the freezer 7 out of the water-
XIGMATEK HDT-S1283 120mm Rifle

This PSU is much better quality and is worth the extra -
CORSAIR CMPSU-450VX 450W
Don't be fooled by the overall wattage, it has as many amps on the 12v rail as many cheap 500w+ PSUs

The rest looks good to me
Edited by coffeejunky - 7/4/08 at 2:40pm
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you can run ddr2 1000 memory it says it supports 800 not 1000???
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A 800 board will recognize the 1000 ram as 800 but you can adjust the ratio of cpu and ram in BIOS to max/OC the ram to 1000.
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you can run ddr2 1000 memory it says it supports 800 not 1000???
As lins said, it will run at 800 no probs, you can also overclock the RAM using the available RAM dividers once you overclock the CPU.
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thanks everyone for the help... Darksideleader I would go with a Gigabyte mobo but ive read a lot of reviews on that board saying they are not stable at high clock speeds.. I could be wrong but I think ill take my chances with the abit which ive never heard any bad news about. I got the better memory and PSU with cooler as well as the memory . As soon as I order and throw this together ill repost with my results
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Well i've been reading some reviews.. The GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L looks like it has solid capacitors which the Abit IP35P doesn't seem to have?? Can any of you guys fill me in on which would be the better board???? 97$ for Abit and $107 for the GIGABYTE I dont mind spending the extra cash if its a much better board for overclocking.. The thing is I want to stay in the $700 range because I'm still using a older CRT monitor and would like to get a LCD, right now im at like $650 + 30$ in shipping costs so cutting it pretty close.. Also for the GIGABYTE board would I have to get better memory since I've already got the G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1000 and the GIGABYTE board supports the 1066?? I also looked at the ABIT IP35-E LGA 775 Intel for $65 but its open box which means it wont come with the rear I/O shield.... I just got done reading this http://www.techspot.com/article/61-i...up/page25.html which is nice Im lost on what board to get in the $100 range..
Edited by conflikt - 7/4/08 at 9:42pm
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Well i've been reading some reviews.. The GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L looks like it has solid capacitors which the Abit IP35P doesn't seem to have?? Can any of you guys fill me in on which would be the better board???? 97$ for Abit and $107 for the GIGABYTE I dont mind spending the extra cash if its a much better board for overclocking.. The thing is I want to stay in the $700 range because I'm still using a older CRT monitor and would like to get a LCD, right now im at like $650 + 30$ in shipping costs so cutting it pretty close.. Also for the GIGABYTE board would I have to get better memory since I've already got the G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1000 and the GIGABYTE board supports the 1066?? I also looked at the ABIT IP35-E LGA 775 Intel for $65 but its open box which means it wont come with the rear I/O shield.... I just got done reading this http://www.techspot.com/article/61-i...up/page25.html which is nice Im lost on what board to get in the $100 range..
If it were me, I think I would go for the abit ip35-p. Although that is a nice offer on the 'e', which I know is a great overclocker. I've heard horror stories about the new p35-ds3l where the BIOS can't keep any settings, it just resets itself and theres nothing you can do about it. If you don't mind going open box there are some great DFI mobos too-
DFI P35-dk Dark Series
DFI Bloodiron P35

DFI boards are great. Don't worry on the RAM, just because it supports 1066 doesn't mean you have to have 1066, I picked that RAM because I know it overclocks great. So you should be able to get at least 1066 speeds out of it.
Edited by coffeejunky - 7/5/08 at 3:30am
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