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I have a Celeron D processor that I want to OC with H20 and LN2. What is the best mobo for OCing?

Currently, I figure it is the Gigabyte GA-P43-ES3G.
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What`s the multiplier of that Celeron?

Also you want a motherboard that can deliver a very high Vcore trough that CPU..

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Gigabyte P45 UD3P
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+1 on the UD3P. Good RAM is also a must.
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Gigabyte P45 UD3P
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+1 on the UD3P. Good RAM is also a must.
If the celeron D acts anything like a P4, I'd say you're both wrong.

With a P4, max volts that the UD3P will do is 1.4v. I'm not sure if it's any different on a celeron D.

Best board I'd say is a commando or a good P35 is worth a shot.
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P5Q Pro or P5Q Pro TURBO would do the job quite well as it can deliver high FSB (600+ with C2D CPU),probably more than you need as Ceeron is 200 (800MHz QDR) FSB CPU..

And P5Q can deliver Vcore up to 2.1V..

EP45 UD3P is great board also but very hard to find..

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Where do you get information on what the vcore max is for a mobo?

How about a GA-EP45T-UD3P?
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Where do you get information on what the vcore max is for a mobo?

How about a GA-EP45T-UD3P?
I have a UD3P and have tried a P4 on it. I know a few people who have had the same issue. With any newer chip, voltage scales easily. I put 1.8v through my Q6600 just the other day with the UD3P. Unfortunately, with a P4, the vcore only goes up to 1.4v. I've even gone through the trouble of trying various bios and none seem to help.

I don't know anything about the T, model, but I figure it's the same except that it allows for ddr3.

If your only goal is to clock a celeron, no point spending the money to find a UD3P. If you look on HWbot, most high clocked P4 and celeron are using a command0, which is 965 chipset, or some sort of P35. THere are a few using Asus X48 and P45 chipsets, but most use either P35 or the commando.

I'd say it's a lot easier and cheaper to find a nice P35. Just the other day I picked up a P5K, but I really was looking for a DFI equivalent.
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Your right, a lot of them use Commando or Asus P5s.

Looks like I'm getting a Commando.
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Avalon, clear your inbox. I can't PM you.
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