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ASUS P5LD2 Deluxe good for my CPU ?

post #1 of 10
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Hi guys!
Planning on getting some new parts for my computer but I´m keeping my processor, an Intel Pentium 4 530, 3.00 ghz, socket LGA775.
From what I can see this mobo is pretty good just double checking to see if it would work well with my processor.
Thanks!
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post #2 of 10
I believe it does. It supports up to 830 or something like that. The board is nice though especially with the FSB being 1066. That has overclock potential.
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post #3 of 10
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I know this i off topic but how does your Big Typhoon cool? Im thinking about that one or a Tnuiq: Tower 120. What would be the best ?
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post #4 of 10
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For overclocking, ASUS allows you to adjust the FSB speed upto 450MHz along with the option to modify the clock multiplier for the CPU. Voltage options are also plenty ranging from memory (upto 2.3V) and CPU (upto 1.70V) to Northbridge (upto 1.65V) and Southbridge (1.02 and 1.20V). Lastly, as we mentioned earlier, the BIOS has the ability to select the speed of the secondary PCI slot.
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Overclocking results were a tad bit better on the P5WD2 however, stability was top notch in both the boards.
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Cons:
Partial incompatibility to Kingmax DDR2-533 memory modules
Some reviews...

http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=2446&s=1
http://www.tbreak.com/reviews/printpage.php?id=379
http://www.digital-daily.com/motherb...-p5ld2-deluxe/
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post #5 of 10
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Thanks alot! But I have OCZ Gold DDR2533. Will those work ?
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post #6 of 10
Hello Dr_fil.....interesting screen name


I just built a budget system using the VM version of that board and a 511 processor, you should have no issues with your CPU. And as was mentioned, you have some headroom to upgrade since that board can handle up to 1066 FSB and is even ready for the dual core CPUs (actually, as of BIOS 0415, this board supports up to the 950!!!!! )

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Pentium D 920(2.8GHz, 800 FSB, L2 4MB, revB1) ALL 0415

Pentium D 930(3GHz, 800 FSB, L2 4MB, revB1) ALL 0415

Pentium D 940(3.2GHz, 800 FSB, L2 4MB, revB1) ALL 0415

Pentium D 950(3.4GHz, 800 FSB, L2 4MB, revB1) ALL 0415
Link for ASUS CPU support tool


Using the onboard video on the VM held back any OC on the 511 I think, couldn't get it past 3.1 and change, but it was for my sister anyway. You should be able to get a good OC out of the Deluxe with a PCI-e video card.
post #7 of 10
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Well thanks for the comment on my screen name and I guess I will be going for that Mobo then. I know its the wrong place but any remmendations on air cooling for my processor ?
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post #8 of 10
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I know its the wrong place but any remmendations on air cooling for my processor ?
The Big Typhoon is probably the best air cooler out there, Ive had nothing but good luck with mine. There are a couple other good ones but Ive never used them so I wont comment on them. However the big typhoon cools just about as well as lower level water systems(which is pretty good for just air)
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post #9 of 10
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Ill go for the Tuniq: Tower 120 and give some comments on that later.
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post #10 of 10
The big typhoon is good but if you are looking to overclock look for some water. If this system is your first build, air will be good but if its not go with some water cooling. You will want it later so why not now. If you do not have the money for it now the BIG TYPHOON is a good choice. I am not sure about the other one you mentioned because i have not used it.
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