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I could have sworn I read about a dual 1366 SLI capable board... maybe it was a precursor article... You know, that's the problem with the web, there is so much to read that you can't possibly retain it all or bookmark it all either, for that matter.
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[QUOTE=ACHILEE5;6656116]Not your bad, at all mate
It's down to us with the variants of this board, to keep an eye out for things like that

But dennyb i have a question about OCing, how did you do it to your Rep meter Look at you go


Hi AC I'm gonna fess up about the reps-"I pay cash for rep"


[QUOTE=grishkathefool;6656236]it's respect for our elders that nets denny so much rep, that and his service in the Great War... j/k denny. Seriously, it's the fact that he is usually the first one to reply to an inquiry and normally hits the nail square on the head.

Well I do have the sight up all day long while I daytrade the markets. I'll bet you didn't know that about me. I do reply to alot of folks but I bend more nails than I care to admit. I was trying to help Twotone today and it took me quite awhile to figure out his overclocking problem was ram speed settings. You guys would have solved it in no time at all. I just like to tag along behind you guys
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[quote=dennyb;6657258][QUOTE=ACHILEE5;6656116]Not your bad, at all mate
It's down to us with the variants of this board, to keep an eye out for things like that

But dennyb i have a question about OCing, how did you do it to your Rep meter Look at you go


Hi AC I'm gonna fess up about the reps-"I pay cash for rep"


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it's respect for our elders that nets denny so much rep, that and his service in the Great War... j/k denny. Seriously, it's the fact that he is usually the first one to reply to an inquiry and normally hits the nail square on the head.

Well I do have the sight up all day long while I daytrade the markets. I'll bet you didn't know that about me. I do reply to alot of folks but I bend more nails than I care to admit. I was trying to help Twotone today and it took me quite awhile to figure out his overclocking problem was ram speed settings. You guys would have solved it in no time at all. I just like to tag along behind you guys
Thanks again for that. I was wondering, you mentioned to set it at 333 x 2 which gives me 666, Since my ram is 800, wouldn;t I be better at 333x 2.4 = 799? Or am I misunderstanding this part?
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Hi fellaz. I got Asus P5NT WS. Is it worth upgrade to UD3P? (Look my rig below)

Any known issues? What about temps of NB / SB?

Any problems with SLi?

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Hi fellaz. I got Asus P5NT WS. Is it worth upgrade to UD3P? (Look my rig below)

Any known issues? What about temps of NB / SB?

Any problems with SLi?

No SLI on UD3P,crossfire only. It is a very good overclocking board--runs cool
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[quote=Twotone;6657334][quote=dennyb;6657258]
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Not your bad, at all mate
It's down to us with the variants of this board, to keep an eye out for things like that

But dennyb i have a question about OCing, how did you do it to your Rep meter Look at you go


Hi AC I'm gonna fess up about the reps-"I pay cash for rep"




Thanks again for that. I was wondering, you mentioned to set it at 333 x 2 which gives me 666, Since my ram is 800, wouldn;t I be better at 333x 2.4 = 799? Or am I misunderstanding this part?
Yes you would . I gave you that setting purposely to take the Ram out of the equation ,so you could tell if the MOBO and CPU would react well while overclocking. Now when you raise your clock up by the FSB use the formula to get your RAM close to the factory speed. Once you reach the limit of your CPU overclock you can then see if the RAM will overclock. In the meantime experiment with your FSB and voltages. Watch your temps,don't overdo it on stock cooling
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[quote=dennyb;6657438][quote=Twotone;6657334]
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Yes you would . I gave you that setting purposely to take the Ram out of the equation ,so you could tell if the MOBO and CPU would react well while overclocking. Now when you raise your clock up by the FSB use the formula to get your RAM close to the factory speed. Once you reach the limit of your CPU overclock you can then see if the RAM will overclock. In the meantime experiment with your FSB and voltages. Watch your temps,don't overdo it on stock cooling
One last question, how do you decide on the latch value? So if I get my FSB over 333, do I move to a Latch of 400x2?

And again thank you very much, all I read has been how easy it was to over clock and people just giving out FSB and multiply settings, it gave me the impression that's all I'd have to do.
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for me latch means nothing other then helps me find the right mhz for my ram they all work for me no matter what.
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[quote=Twotone;6657469][quote=dennyb;6657438]
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One last question, how do you decide on the latch value? So if I get my FSB over 333, do I move to a Latch of 400x2?

And again thank you very much, all I read has been how easy it was to over clock and people just giving out FSB and multiply settings, it gave me the impression that's all I'd have to do.
In general yes,but either of those latches will work. Pick the one that gives you the multi that bring the RAM speed closest to factory specs. Play around with it ,ask questions here. Folks here are generous with their knowledge
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Hi fellaz. I got Asus P5NT WS. Is it worth upgrade to UD3P? (Look my rig below)

Any known issues? What about temps of NB / SB?

Any problems with SLi?

Yeah no sli on it, but you can run xfire. I'm going to be selling off my 780i/260's/6600 setup to fund a swap to ati (haven't decided btwn 4890's or 4870x2's yet). But other than that the boards pretty great actually. The chipset really does very well temp. wise. I'm currently running 8gb's of mem. at 1170mhz, nb at 1.38v to accomodate and temperature is not an issue for it. It's a far cry from the 780i I moved from (ended up wc'ing that).
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