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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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    Yes!
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    Yes and No!
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post #2111 of 6472
Quote:
Originally Posted by Taz_Man;12576540 

I think I dealt with 2 different MFG Refurbished that had problems & then I found a New, Open Box one that I just got today, except when I opened it instead of there being a P5Q Deluxe there was a P5Q-E mad.gif

Taz, I believe that the P5Q-E is one of the better P5Q boards, at least as good as the P5Q Deluxe. If that is what you have, you could have a very nice overclocking MB. I think that Maxextz has a P5Q-E and he has shown some nice results. If he can't confirm that the P5Q-E is capable of 500+ FSB with a quad, I think that KingT can.

Other members can correct me if I am mistaken.
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By no means am I saying the P5Q-E is a bad board it was just disappointing to open up the Deluxe box to find it inside.

I haven't inspected it yet either it sounds as if someone pulled a swap on the person that sold it to me. So I don't even know if it's a working board at this point.

The main differences that I am aware of are that the P5Q-E is 8-Phase instead of 16-Phase & I also noticed it didn't have the Stack Cool 2. I'm sure there are a couple of other minor things.

I'll probably get told though I won't notice much of a difference as long as the board works wink.gif

Could someone please put these in order according to which is the best for my system:

P5Q Turbo
P5Q Pro
P5Q Pro Turbo
P5Q-E
P5Q Deluxe
P5Q Premium
P5Q3 Deluxe
Edited by Taz_Man - 3/1/11 at 10:15pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Taz_Man;12578529 
By no means am I saying the P5Q-E is a bad board it was just disappointing to open up the Deluxe box to find it inside.

I haven't inspected it yet either it sounds as if someone pulled a swap on the person that sold it to me. So I don't even know if it's a working board at this point.

The main differences that I am aware of are that the P5Q-E is 8-Phase instead of 16-Phase & I also noticed it didn't have the Stack Cool 2. I'm sure there are a couple of other minor things.

I'll probably get told though I won't notice much of a difference as long as the board works wink.gif

Could someone please put these in order according to which is the best for my system:

P5Q Turbo
P5Q Pro
P5Q Pro Turbo
P5Q-E
P5Q Deluxe
P5Q Premium
P5Q3 Deluxe

I hear you about the swap, that does suck. At this point, end of 775 and all, it may be best to cut your losses if that board works. It's up to you though, of course.

I think that 16 Phase was overkill maybe, unless your benching?

That P5Q3 Deluxe may be a nice board, but DDR3. I bet it is a upgraded P5Q-D. I would rank those like this.

1. P5Q Premium
2. P5Q Deluxe/P5Q3-Deluxe
3. P5Q-E
4. P5Q Pro/P5Q Pro Turbo
5. P5Q Turbo?
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post #2114 of 6472
Quote:
Originally Posted by SyveRson;12578832 
1. P5Q Premium
2. P5Q Deluxe/P5Q3-Deluxe
3. P5Q-E
4. P5Q Pro/P5Q Pro Turbo
5. P5Q Turbo?

This lineup is correct..teaching.gif

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A little video. I was surprised by some of the findings. They are probably using Vista 64bit. So...

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3fIRK0GgvY[/ame]

No... it looks like Windows 7...
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Can i join? redface.gif only on an SE2 board but what the heck biggrin.gif
post #2117 of 6472
Back to playing with 2x2GB in my P5Q Pro Turbo/Q9650 system...

Current settings seems very stable: 458FSB x9 = 4122MHz@1.35Vcore LLC Enabled. Loads at 1.34 Volts. IBT temps on hottest core about 79 - 80C. (I don't care. Everything else will run much cooler. Even Prime95 small FFT's run 10C cooler).

MEM at 1100MHz 5-5-5-15@1.96v, performance Level at 8 and all pullins Enabled. Tested ok using memtest for Windows.

For 458FSB to be stable in Prime95 Large FFT's it seems I need 1.38vFSB x0.63GTL = 0.8694v (Not tested long enough yet. But all the lower volts I tried would fail pretty fast in Prime95). When compared to the 1.28vFSB x0.65GTL = 0.832v at 450FSB.
    
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@ turrican9

I admire your persistence..tongue.gif

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post #2119 of 6472
Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;12585616 
Back to playing with 2x2GB in my P5Q Pro Turbo/Q9650 system...

Current settings seems very stable: 458FSB x9 = 4122MHz@1.35Vcore LLC Enabled. Loads at 1.34 Volts. IBT temps on hottest core about 79 - 80C. (I don't care. Everything else will run much cooler. Even Prime95 small FFT's run 10C cooler).

MEM at 1100MHz 5-5-5-15@1.96v, performance Level at 8 and all pullins Enabled. Tested ok using memtest for Windows.

For 458FSB to be stable in Prime95 Large FFT's it seems I need 1.38vFSB x0.63GTL = 0.8694v (Not tested long enough yet. But all the lower volts I tried would fail pretty fast in Prime95). When compared to the 1.28vFSB x0.65GTL = 0.832v at 450FSB.

thats the way. aha aha, i like it..
hehe...poke.gifpoke.gif

anyway, good result
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Originally Posted by Taz_Man;12578529 
By no means am I saying the P5Q-E is a bad board it was just disappointing to open up the Deluxe box to find it inside.

I haven't inspected it yet either it sounds as if someone pulled a swap on the person that sold it to me. So I don't even know if it's a working board at this point.

The main differences that I am aware of are that the P5Q-E is 8-Phase instead of 16-Phase & I also noticed it didn't have the Stack Cool 2. I'm sure there are a couple of other minor things.

I'll probably get told though I won't notice much of a difference as long as the board works wink.gif

Could someone please put these in order according to which is the best for my system:

P5Q Turbo
P5Q Pro
P5Q Pro Turbo
P5Q-E
P5Q Deluxe
P5Q Premium
P5Q3 Deluxe

hey robert if the -e is working keep it as its every bit as good as the deluxe apart from the difference you pointed out.
they are very good and stable to oc.
here is a link to my little copper swap over from deluxe to -e.rolleyes.gif
http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/817353-asus-p5q-deluxe-p5q-e-heatsink.html
    
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