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post #11 of 23
UD3P or R, I have the P version and a quad and I have reached 500+ FSB and stable in prime95, and IBT.
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Can anyone Verify if the Ud3p has a northbridge temperature sensor?
UD3P does NOT have a NB temperature sensor because the chip will never hit critical temperatures. Robilar did some extensive testing with his own sensors in the UD3P OC thread and never got temps higher than 35 degrees even at 500FSB+.
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Originally Posted by MCBrown.CA View Post
UD3P does NOT have a NB temperature sensor because the chip will never hit critical temperatures. Robilar did some extensive testing with his own sensors in the UD3P OC thread and never got temps higher than 35 degrees even at 500FSB+.
Sweet.

But... I have been swayed.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131219

Mcstuff pointed me to that board, and it is nice, But do you guys think the cost justifies it over the UD3P?
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post #14 of 23
Depends if you wanna spend that much more on that Asus.
IMHO I'd buy the UD3P/R if I needed another mobo.
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About any p45 will overclock a E8400 EO to 4Ghz easy.
    
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post #16 of 23
Right but any will hit 500FSB. Seriously dude this MB will OC a quad better than any of those 300.00 MB's. Now this is general as no two boards OC the same, but 500FSB is no sweat, and you can really push your chip. TBH I would bet you reach the CPU max before the MB max. I mean that your CPU will top out before the FSB, you will need to lower your multi I would be willing to bet.
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Gigabyte's site is vauge, But does it support Crossfire at 16,16?
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post #18 of 23
No. The UD3P supports 8x 8x Crossfire.
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No. The UD3P supports 8x 8x Crossfire.
uggh damn it... How bad will that Hurt crossfire for say 2x 4850s?
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post #20 of 23
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i guarentee it! the Gigabyte EP45-UD3P is the #1 board for overclocking right now.
I agree. An amazing board! Was shocked with the OCs it can do!
    
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