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post #2881 of 6462
How does the Premium model fit into the lineup?

Looking for a board for my E8400. My Gigabyte P35 DS3R aint cutting it. Its either this Premium possibly at a great price or a moderately priced UD3R.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Blacklac View Post
How does the Premium model fit into the lineup?

Looking for a board for my E8400. My Gigabyte P35 DS3R aint cutting it. Its either this Premium possibly at a great price or a moderately priced UD3R.
Here's the P5Q lineup.

1. P5Q Premium
2. P5Q Deluxe/P5Q3-Deluxe
3. P5Q-E
4. P5Q Pro/P5Q Pro Turbo
5. P5Q Turbo?[/QUOTE]

Premium is the top of the line. Of course there is nothing wrong with a UD3R.
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more BIOS adjustments or just board layout/parts/features? compared to say my Deluxe. I'm just looking for a pure OC board, 1 GPU. Nothing fancy.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Blacklac View Post
more BIOS adjustments or just board layout/parts/features? compared to say my Deluxe. I'm just looking for a pure OC board, 1 GPU. Nothing fancy.
No they both have the same BIOS options..

But P5Q Premium has better memory compatibility list..

P5Q Premium has 4 PCIe express x16 slots ans Deluxe has 3..

P5Q Premium has Quad LAN vs DUAL LAN of P5Q Deluxe and more USB connectors om the back panel..

P5Q Premium


P5Q Deluxe

Actually it is possible to convert Deluxe into Premium via BIOS flash..

CHEERS..
Edited by KingT - 4/6/11 at 10:39am
     
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I have read some of the guides on running SLI with the P5Q PRO Turbo, but wanted to get some last minute direction before I dive head first.

Specs:
P5Q PRO Turbo
Core 2 Duo E6600
EVGA 8800GTS 512mb x 2
8gb G.Skill Ram
Windows 7 64bit

Now I have read that the windows 7 64bit can complicate the process and I wanted to make sure that I was viewing the most up-to-date advice if someone would be able to direct me.

I have been reading these resources:
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/6344...-asus-p5q.html
http://xdevs.com/e107_plugins/conten...php?content.30

These seem to be some of the recommended instructions:
1. Download proper tool version for your Windows OS in bottom of this guide.
2. Unpack it to some directory on harddrive. For Windows Vista or Windows 7 disable UAC.
3. Run command prompt with administrator rights ("Run" menu in Windows Start menu and type cmd there)
4. Go to directory with patch and run InstallSLI.cmd.
5. If everything ok, tool will report "SLI patch installed" and exit.
6. Reboot.
7. During boot there will be "extra OS" selection, marked "SLI enabled". This is one to use with SLI patch active.
8. Select SLI enabled system and boot it.
9. System should run SLI now, until BIOS or motherboard changed.
Edited by Colorado S14 - 4/6/11 at 10:59am
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post #2886 of 6462
Quote:
Originally Posted by Colorado S14 View Post
I have read some of the guides on running SLI with the P5Q PRO Turbo, but wanted to get some last minute direction before I dive head first.

Specs:
P5Q PRO Turbo
Core 2 Duo E6600
EVGA 8800GTS 512mb x 2
8gb G.Skill Ram
Windows 7 64bit

Now I have read that the windows 7 64bit can complicate the process and I wanted to make sure that I was viewing the most up-to-date advice if someone would be able to direct me.

I have been reading these resources:
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/6344...-asus-p5q.html
http://xdevs.com/e107_plugins/conten...php?content.30

These seem to be some of the recommended instructions:
1. Download proper tool version for your Windows OS in bottom of this guide.
2. Unpack it to some directory on harddrive. For Windows Vista or Windows 7 disable UAC.
3. Run command prompt with administrator rights ("Run" menu in Windows Start menu and type cmd there)
4. Go to directory with patch and run InstallSLI.cmd.
5. If everything ok, tool will report "SLI patch installed" and exit.
6. Reboot.
7. During boot there will be "extra OS" selection, marked "SLI enabled". This is one to use with SLI patch active.
8. Select SLI enabled system and boot it.
9. System should run SLI now, until BIOS or motherboard changed.
Here you go http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/6708...rd-gtx5xx.html

Very simple procedure. Works very well. Tested it myself in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit. If you have a SLI bridge, use it. You will get better performance.
    
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Well, I worked through the process last night but ran into some issues.

Installed the patch, ran the install, shut down system, installed the new card with PCI-E power and SLI Bridge (seemed to have issues going into slot), restarted, selected "Windows 7 x64 SLI-Enabled" boot option, started fine, new hardware detected message, started to automatically DL new graphics drivers, system dies, tried to restart and it began to boot, dies again at MoBo screen, will not power up at at all, removed 2nd card, starts fine, booted from non-sli enabled option, Windows loads and everything looks fine like it never happened.........

Ideas?
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post #2888 of 6462

This is for my late P5Q Pro..

Pour out a little liquor for it..


CHEERS..
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Colorado S14 View Post
Well, I worked through the process last night but ran into some issues.

Installed the patch, ran the install, shut down system, installed the new card with PCI-E power and SLI Bridge (seemed to have issues going into slot), restarted, selected "Windows 7 x64 SLI-Enabled" boot option, started fine, new hardware detected message, started to automatically DL new graphics drivers, system dies, tried to restart and it began to boot, dies again at MoBo screen, will not power up at at all, removed 2nd card, starts fine, booted from non-sli enabled option, Windows loads and everything looks fine like it never happened.........

Ideas?
Try second card in first slot, if its working, ur second slot is gone, if not card is gone...
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KingT

Please keep us updated on what's happening regarding your rig.
    
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