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post #2171 of 4653
UD3R and UD3P are quite possibly the best OC motherboards you can get, especially if you're planning on getting a Quad core CPU. Overclocking DDR2 on UD3x boards is amazing since it has modified DDR3 controller (so it can take DDR2 memory) instead of a regular DDR2 controller...

World record on overclocking DDR2 memory was set on UD3P board...
UD3P is a Crossfire board and has some security features(Ultra TPM), while UD3R lacks CF and Ultra TPM... Otherwise its apsolutely two same motherboards, that perform exactly the same.


I'm thinking of switching my P5Q-E for one of either UD3R/UD3P...

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Nice temps you got there... 86oC
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Depends on which philosophy you like better:

--If its working fine now with no problems, then why change it

or

--I must have the most up to date


I prefer to go by the most up to date theory; but if its not broken, who said you have to fix it. Most likely the changes made wont be noticeable. The last time I updated was b/c my mobo was not keeping the voltage changes. Mobo would let me think I was changing it, but after restarting it the bios would read stock volts and the change I made would still show in the m.i.t section.
yeah, i feel the same way. i like having everything up to date; it just gives me this sense of... satisfaction?
the thing is, i just built this computer last week and the last thing i want to do is mess up flashing the BIOS... especially if what you say is true and i probably won't get too noticeable a difference in anything..
so, maybe once i've had this thing for awhile or it starts to mess up on me and seem like it has a BIOS problem, then i'll update it i guess..
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yeah, i feel the same way. i like having everything up to date; it just gives me this sense of... satisfaction?
the thing is, i just built this computer last week and the last thing i want to do is mess up flashing the BIOS... especially if what you say is true and i probably won't get too noticeable a difference in anything..
so, maybe once i've had this thing for awhile or it starts to mess up on me and seem like it has a BIOS problem, then i'll update it i guess..
Gigabyte does make flashing a bios pretty easy tho. I actually just remember that I should see if there is a newer bios for mine again. (Im still on the f6a beta bios).
    
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Gigabyte does make flashing a bios pretty easy tho. I actually just remember that I should see if there is a newer bios for mine again. (Im still on the f6a beta bios).
alright! i just said "what the heck, why not" and updated my BIOS to F8, the latest.

now its time to see if it makes any difference..
i wonder if it'll lessen my vdroop by any chance.. hmmm..
Edited by tofuman - 3/24/09 at 5:23pm
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you might see that some of the settings are changed / renamed / removed / added.

I think I had additional ram timings that I personally will never use. (Being I know very little about those extra timings)

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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=533997

yay stable. boo to the voltage. lol needed all of it tho
    
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you might see that some of the settings are changed / renamed / removed / added.

I think I had additional ram timings that I personally will never use. (Being I know very little about those extra timings)

gL
for me, i think everything stayed the same.. or i just overlooked the changes.. lol
nonetheless, it was worth a shot
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anybody selling their e5200?
    
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=533997

yay stable. boo to the voltage. lol needed all of it tho
wow those are some pretty high voltages..
do you have an older e5200?
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anybody selling their e5200?
why not just get a brand new one from newegg?
it's $70 w/free shipping
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116072
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