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I will post some pics of the new board when I get it Thursday. I cant wait to start ocing with this new board.
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Can anyone with the Asus P6X58D or P6X58D-E motherboard please let us know what your DPC latency is, on Windows 7 (64 bit)? And how low you can get it, by tweaking BIOS settings?

In summary, DPC latency is a measure of the board's responsiveness and stability when running intensive real-time applications. I need an i7 motherboard that has low DPC latency (below 10us if possible), because I intend to use it for audio production purposes.

From my research, the Gigabyte X58A-UD3R can achieve a DPC latency of 10us on Windows 7 x64 (with HPET turned off), so I'm hoping the Asus can do similar or better.

You can download the DPC latency checker here:
http://www.thesycon.de/deu/latency_check.shtml

Also, some background on this topic of comparing DPC latency is available here:
http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum....cfm?t=1415783
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Any problems with 2 sets of these (12GB) ?
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600

She is not going to overclock she is a graphics artist. Also, is there a limit on the amount of RAM installed when doing the Win 7 64bit installation using this mobo?

Edit: I just installed with 6GB of the RAM then put the rest in after OS install, works beautiful. Man I wish I had the system that I just picked out all the parts and built for her.
Edited by Mr_Torch - 4/14/10 at 6:06pm
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FYI I've been struggling for over a week to get my P6X58D Premium to recognize 12GB of GSKILL RAM. I just RMA'd the RAM for Corsair Dominator C8's. Reading the GSKILL forums there's another person with the exact same combo and the same problem. GSKILL's response, the RAM is bad.
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Gentlemen (And Ladies) ... I was wondering how some of you are getting to 4.2GHZ stable on your 920 with voltage settings under 1.3? I followed Xmisery's 4.2 template but had a BSOD while encoding some videos at 100% load with a voltage settings @ 1.328V. Im going to bump another .025 on the CPU and see what happens. Usually at full load my temps max no more than 76 on the Noctua D14.



Thanks.

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Gentlemen (And Ladies) ... I was wondering how some of you are getting to 4.2GHZ stable on your 920 with voltage settings under 1.3? I followed Xmisery's 4.2 template but had a BSOD while encoding some videos at 100% load with a voltage settings @ 1.328V. Im going to bump another .025 on the CPU and see what happens. Usually at full load my temps max no more than 76 on the Noctua D14.



Thanks.


depends on many variables. some people got a lucky/great batch number for their i7-920s which will OC high speeds at lower voltages. others like me, not so much, or the 920 won't come up to 4.2 at all under nearly any circumstances short of divine intervention.

i had to boost my CPU V to 1.33750 to get to 4.2 stable on Prime95, LinX/Intel Burn test, etc. i actually had to lower my QPI/DRAM to 1.23750v as well to assist stability. I'd try doing both, as I have seen several others had better stable OCs with a lower QPI/DRAM voltage as well.

i have the same Noctua cooler, and I can increase my OC if i want to continue increasing CPU V and be stable, but the point of diminishing returns on my proc is right about at 4.2...takes more heat and volts than i feel is worth the return pushing to 4.3 or 4.4 in my instance.

full load temp of 76C is definitely not enough to trigger a BSOD or cause a problem. i'd say your OC is still slightly unstable IMHO.

edit - you might also try making sure you have the most current BIOS, which was still 703 as of a day or two ago at Asus website. there have been improvements in the last couple versions which definitely allowed more stable OCs at lowered voltages vs the first couple BIOS releases...just an idea in case you aren't on 703.
Edited by TheSwami - 4/14/10 at 1:55pm
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Anyone has the E version now?
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So besides a small voltage bump, is there any other setting I should watch out for? I can afford and put together a great stock system..but ask me to know what it takes to over-clock and I get all sweaty..lol

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I think a few others with the 930 had to add a little more voltage than the settings for the 920 so maybe because you have a 950 you might need more than what xmisery's settings ask for.
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However, for now all of this is a marketing hype. From Benchmark tests Intel Storage controllers on the southbridge which manage the SATA II ports have kicked the marvell storage controllers ass by a huge margin of 28%. Or so this article claims.....

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=413&Item id=38&limit=1&limitstart=7


The list of 9123 haters just continues to grow and I'm somewhere out there on that list. Care to join......
No I don't want to join. The benchmark you refer to is in a P55 chipset motherboard. SATA III results are much better on an X58 based motherboard.
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I just picked up the P6X58D-E after I got a bad open box P6X58D Premium from newegg. Its 235 on superbiiz.com, but they have a $15 off coupon that brings it down to 220 with free shipping. Use code: SHOWERS15
http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=...A3-USB3-0-A-Gb
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