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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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    Yes!
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    No!
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    Yes and No!
  • 34% (31)
    Don't give a damn about it! (LOL)
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post #2091 of 6468
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There's been some talk about it on Xtremesystems and on Ket's thread and he has also confirmed that it would be a wild goose hunt..

So No,as that would require a backwardly engineering the BIOS which is very hard (read impossible)..

The easiest way would be to buy a BIOS chip from P5Q Deluxe or P5Q-E and stick it in P5Q Pro/Pro TURBO and see what would happen..

But those mobos differ physically (Deluxe and E have 3 PCIE x16 slots,dual LAN,more Phases for CPU etc) so nobody knows what would happen..

CHEERS..
I'm playing a little with vFSB and GTL at 471FSB x8.5 right now. I left the CPU GTL at Auto and finetune vFSB via Turbo V in Windows.

AIDA64 shows the GTL as x0.615. I always thought it would default to 0.67x when at Auto?
    
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I'm playing a little with vFSB and GTL at 471FSB x8.5 right now. I left the CPU GTL at Auto and finetune vFSB via Turbo V in Windows.

AIDA64 shows the GTL as x0.615. I always thought it would default to 0.67x when at Auto?
P5Q Pro and Pro TURBO doesn't have 0.67x GTL at all..(only 0.61x,0.63x and 0.65x)..

So when on AUTO and OCing who knows what mobo sets for GTL..

And I wouldn't trust any 3rd party software for reading GTL's..

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P5Q Pro and Pro TURBO doesn't have 0.67x GTL at all..(only 0.61x,0.63x and 0.65x)..

So when on AUTO and OCing who knows what mobo sets for GTL..

And I wouldn't trust any 3rd party software for reading GTL's..

CHEERS..
I know they don't have 0.67xGTL when setting manual mode. But I was under the impression that Intel's stadard specs was 0.67x (Or 0.667 to be precise) 1.1vFSB = 0.7337v for 45nm Quad. And that these boards would default to that value at Auto, even if you cannot select it manually.
Edited by turrican9 - 2/28/11 at 2:17pm
    
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post #2094 of 6468
i have question to ask and its about memory OC on this mobo...
how come max OC potential on p5q pro on 8gb memory is 961mhz, and on ep35c-ds3r is way over 1k mhz..
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i have question to ask and its about memory OC on this mobo...
how come max OC potential on p5q pro on 8gb memory is 961mhz, and on ep35c-ds3r is way over 1k mhz..
LOL! Same experience. I have a P5Q Pro Turbo and also have a GA-P35 DS3R. Gigabyte board overclocks much better using 8GB VS P5Q Pro Turbo.

Well... It's just the way it is...

I know one thing, if using the Standard Performance Enhance setting on the Gigabyte board the Mem copy speeds go way down. It may be that the P5Q Pro/Pro Turbo is using tighter chipset timings VS these P35 Gigabyte boards.
    
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post #2096 of 6468
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I know they don't have 0.67xGTL when setting manual mode. But I was under the impression that Intel's stadard specs was 0.67x (Or 0.667 to be precise) 1.1vFSB = 0.7337v for 45nm Quad. And that these boards would default to that value at Auto, even if you cannot select it manually.
Asus didn't care about Intel default voltage values obviously..

And these mobos have a bad habit of overvolting components anyway vPLL,vFSB,vNB,vRAM so there's no rules here..

Quote:
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i have question to ask and its about memory OC on this mobo...
how come max OC potential on p5q pro on 8gb memory is 961mhz, and on ep35c-ds3r is way over 1k mhz..
Becouse P5Q Pro has a owefull memory support..

And that is P35 vs P45 so there's no valid comparision between those mobos..

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Edited by KingT - 2/28/11 at 2:24pm
     
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post #2097 of 6468
well by experience of ds3r and pro i would give + to ds3r mobo.. easier to deal with...
only minus to ds3r i would give cause older chip, p35...
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P35 VS P45

Should be very small differences
    
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post #2099 of 6468
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well by experience of ds3r and pro i would give + to ds3r mobo.. easier to deal with...
only minus to ds3r i would give cause older chip, p35...
That DS3R is really a great board for it's age. Also because it was among the cheapest P35 boards in Gigabyte's P35 lineup. Still it has 6-Phase power, lot's of serial ATA connectors, OK sound, A relative Big NB cooler and overclocks very nicely. And very easy to overclock. Very stable overclocking 4x2GB RAM @ 1050MHz +...

I myself use a Q9400@3.6GHz in that board. Rock stable. And that is at 450FSB with a Quad Core. Only needed +0.1v FSB Volts and +0.2 NB Volts.

Still I love my P5Q Pro Turbo. It clocks nicely when using 2x2GB + 2x1GB = 6GB in all slots. Right now I'm at Q9650@3915 RAM@1044MHz 5-5-5-15 and Performance Level 8. All pullins enabled and AI at Strong setting. Rock stable.

Overclocking using 4x2GB RAM was a nightmare. I gave up. Tried two different kits.

If overclocking with 8GB RAM and you have tested your P5Q Pro stable, try to turn off your computer. Turn off the PSU and let it cool down a few minutes. Then fire up Windows again and start Prime95 Large FFT's. I wouldn't be surprised if it gave you an error instantly, even though you had tested it stable before the powerdown.
    
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post #2100 of 6468
well, mine is with ddr3, which is good since i can go with upgrades even if it have p35...
read thread under ds3r mobos, i left comments there too...

for ddr2 on p5q pro... hm, it just seems that pro is not capable of OCing on 8gb...
i read even 6gb is in some cases better for oc on this mobo than 8gb...
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