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    Damn 500 I wasn't stable under load so it doesnt really count, but using a quad it is showing some potential What about using a TEC on the SB, shud sort it right out

    I was joking about the TEC b4 some1 thinks Im crazy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    b) speeds up gfx subsystem.
    No it doesn't as the gfx/x16 slots have no connection to the southbridge whatsoever.

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    2)As the temp sensor shows 32.5C with the cooler on i think your claim that the sb runs "cool" is a bit misleading. As i said earlier it ain't gonna hurt anything.
    Or it could just that the southbridge is a really cool chip which doesn't actually need a heatsink at all.

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    3) Sorry i'm gaining the extra oc
    My point was that you're gaining nothing from it, not that you're getting an OC....

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    4) Whos rig is it asnyway, didn't realise there was an OC police
    I'm just trying to show it's not needed, which will hopefully stop others going out buying £20 heatsinks for not actual reward.

    Anyway, sorry Clunk - I'll stop posting off topicness.

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    will refrain from replying to your diatribe, other that repeating i already had the cooler, my nb is also watercooled so why not?? At least u have the good grace to recognise it has no place in Clunk's thread.

    Clunk
    I blame it on the SB heatsink
    Maybe it's getting too cold
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    • Martin87's system
      • Motherboard:
      • Asus P5K Deluxe/WiFi AP
      • CPU:
      • Core 2 Duo - E6850
      • Memory:
      • 4GB PC6400 - Crucial Ballistix Tracer
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      • 2 X WD 250GB, 1 x Samsung 400GB
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      • Corsair HX520
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    What's your overall verdict so far then clunk, is it as good as the p5b performance wise apart from the badly laid sata sockets near the PCIe?

    Again a picture with your graphics card would be good if possible!

    It looks really really nice!

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    Its too early to tell yet really. Its definately got the makings of something good, but obviously, as its still a baby, the bios isnt perfect, (although its surprisingly good). Ill see what I can do today to compare with the P5B.

    First successful overclock attempt. Nothing huge, the board doesnt seem to like tight ram timings at the moment, but that could be some of the bios settings that need tweaking.

    Oddlly as well, on the P5B, core 01 was the one that would fail, on this board its core 02



    Heres the pics of the cramped SATA sockets. Nothing a hacksaw and a dremel cant sort out



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    Hehe looks like any plans for installing 6xsata + gtx go out the window.
    Glad i settled for a gts.

    probe is showing 1.34v vcore what's the bios setting for that is the droop still around .06v as commando & p5b??

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    I think it was 1.4v, Ill check later. Theres something in the bios that is supposed to help with the droop, Ill have a mess around with it once I find my feet.

    Now, where did I put those feet.
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    • YorkieBen's system
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    is this board even available on the scan website yet? i cant find it


    *oops found it, didnt seem to be under the mobo section though*
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    • Martin87's system
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    Nice one Clunk, keep up the good work!!

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    Theres something in the bios that is supposed to help with the droop, Ill have a mess around with it once I find my feet.

    Now, where did I put those feet.
    could be worse might be legless.
    P35 Vanilla Bios shot yep there 's 3 extra voltage things on the vanilla:-
    CPU Voltage Reference
    CPU Voltage Damper
    Pll Voltage

    will be interesting to see what they do, if anything , assuming your bios is similar.

    luck

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    I count 6 extra that werent on the P5B.

    The 3 you mention and;

    transaction booster
    clock overcharging mode (must be something to do with ocuk )
    northbridge voltage reference

    I think the damper is the thing for the droop, I really must RTFM
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    • Martin87's system
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    BTW Clunk what do you actually get in the box with this product? Anything of great national importance?

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    I really must RTFM
    manual isn't usually any better.

    If it's anything like:-
    DDRII From Commando:-
    Channel A REF Voltage [Auto]
    Configuration options: [Auto] [DDRII_REF-30mv] [DDRII_REF-20mv]
    [DDRII_REF-10mv] [DDRII_REF] [DDRII_REF+10mv] [DDRII_REF+20mv]
    [DDRII_REF+30mv]
    It's as clear as mud. U need a Norris to explain it.

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    3330mhz + 1110mhz ram.

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=196716



    With sandra

    Last edited by Clunk; 12-05-2007 at 04:26 PM.
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    Good going how do the temps compare with your p5b.

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    About the same, everything is about the same so far, apart from it doesnt like tight timings, but I suspect thats just a future bios update, or me doing something wrong.

    I havent tweaked the waterblock yet since I built it, so 2 of the cores are slightly higher than the others.
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