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Asus P7P55D Deluxe

For those of you interested in P55 thought i'd share developments with my Asus P7P55D Deluxe which I've matched with a Intel® Core i5 750. Asus P7P55D Deluxe Living Review





post #2 of 11
Good to see they've stopped using their "extreme power" branding on the boxes...

Wait no they haven't. I guess I can dream

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16 + 3 Phase Power Design
Unprecedented Innovation with the Best Quality Component for Best Performance
The ground breaking 16+3 phase VRM design is brought to the ASUS motherboards, 16+3
Phase power design, 16-phase for vCore and extra 3-phase for Memory controller inside CPU
can provide the highest power efficiency, and hence generates less heat to effectively enhance overclocking capability. With the high quality power components such as low RDS (on) MOSFETs, Ferrite core chokes with lower hysteresis loss and 100% Japan-made high quality conductive polymer capacitors, ASUS 16+3 phase VRM design also ensure longer component life and minimum power loss.

Edited by Starbuck5000 - 9/6/09 at 2:36pm
    
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yep that's why their the "official" specs
Bottom line it's pretty decent, it benches well but aren't stable yet >3.8Ghz in OCCT or prime.
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how hot(or not) you finding the 750?
    
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pretty decent se bottom of this post 3.8Ghz 20x190Mhz @10 = 1,900 9-9-9-24 That's using a Noctua NH-U12P with dual fans.

I switched to water yesterday to try & get stability at 4Ghz. I wanted to eliminate Temps from the equation. It wasn't temps, still not stable. Think it'a part of operator learning curve
post #6 of 11
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I7-860 wasn't great, see main index for clocks, but at least I5-750 is reasonable 4.2Ghz both at 1,600Mhx & 1,900Mhz:-
At least managed a sub 9m Pi 32m
I5-750 4.2Ghz 21x200Mhz Ram x10 1,900Mhz 8-8-8-22
post #7 of 11
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i5-750
4.2Ghz 21x200Mhz Ram x8 1,600Mhz 7-7-7-19
4.2Ghz 21x200Mhz Ram x10 1,900Mhz 8-8-8-22
,
New 0711 BTA
has less options than 0606
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Have split templates to:-
BTA 0606
BTA 0711

And last but not least, good news on the new I7-860

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post #8 of 11
shanks was a great man and you have fantastic taste in a football club
thanks for the review and great pics.

the only thing is i can get 3.8 with my setup without a sweat so im not changing my setup just yet..you would need a fair amount of cash to keep up with all these updates with graphic cards and so on.

ynwa.
    
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Cheers mate
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im thinking of getting this board, or a very similar one within a few months for my new gaming rig.. wonderful review and the bios breakdown was awesome.

thanks for the post!
    
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