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so ive been all over the web and cant seem to find if my board will support the new x6 cpus...... dfi wont respond to my emails and i really like this mobo but i need more cpu grunt
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post #2 of 14
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=251447

I literally typed in your board and then x6 support.
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Originally Posted by returned4good;13126248 
I wouldn't OC with it.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/943109-why-vrms-big-issue-why-choose.html

You know DFI has some of the best VRM solutions right?
I am running my board at 1.45 volts 24/7 and it is just fine. this board is only 4+1 too.

Read the post before you just throw it around haphazardly. The thread clearly states that the issues are with low quality boards.
post #5 of 14
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;13126223 
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=251447

I literally typed in your board and then x6 support.

I only read the OP of that thread so I apologize if they mention DDR2 boards later on but over at DIY-street or DFIclub Rgone stated DFI will not support thuban on any DDR2 based boards
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Originally Posted by Bitemarks and bloodstains;13126373 
I only read the OP of that thread so I apologize if they mention DDR2 boards later on but over at DIY-street Rgone stated DFI will not support thuban on any DDR2 based boards

from what I saw, the DDR2 board can use a 6 core, but there are a lot of problems that make it not worth it.
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;13126270 
You know DFI has some of the best VRM solutions right?
I am running my board at 1.45 volts 24/7 and it is just fine. this board is only 4+1 too.

Read the post before you just throw it around haphazardly. The thread clearly states that the issues are with low quality boards.

I did read it. Unfortunately, I didn't expect to offend any fanboys when I posted.
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Originally Posted by returned4good;13126428 
I did read it. Unfortunately, I didn't expect to offend any fanboys when I posted.

You aren't offending a fanboy.
I am not a fanboy. I just am a fan of companies that know how to build quality hardware.
If you read the whole thing you would know, it isn't 4+1 that is the problem, it is the quality that is the problem, and I am informing you that DFI has extremely high quality VRMs.

There are board for SB that just came out that are advertising features that DFI has had for a long time.
Like Digital VRMs.
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;13126518 
You aren't offending a fanboy.
I am not a fanboy. I just am a fan of companies that know how to build quality hardware.
If you read the whole thing you would know, it isn't 4+1 that is the problem, it is the quality that is the problem, and I am informing you that DFI has extremely high quality VRMs.

There are board for SB that just came out that are advertising features that DFI has had for a long time.
Like Digital VRMs.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;12415904 
Remember, phase count can still matter. There have been a few odd occasions where a very high quality 4+1 phase motherboard has blown with an overclocked (or even stock) 125W or other high TDP processor. On the other hand, there is not one single situation I have seen where an 8+1 or 8+2 has blown.

Excerpt from the thread OP. I found it when I read the whole thing. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by returned4good;13126602 
Excerpt from the thread OP. I found it when I read the whole thing. rolleyes.gif

Yea there is also a chance that your car could randomly blow up. I mean there are always risks involved.
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