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Old 12th August 2007, 14:42   #11
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hoping to see 550+
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Old 12th August 2007, 14:47   #12
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I want to see head to head comparo's of all those P35 at stock FSB and 500FSB with best timings possible, using same CPU/MEM

hey, you asked?

this is cool:



how's the thermal performance? do you see any difference in cpu cooling power? innovative idea to put the heatsink outside the back of the case
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hoping to see 550+
My P5K easely did 550 fsb, 560 was the max.
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"did"?
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in my humble opinion, DFI is hyping this motherboard once again, just like they did with the P965-S, which is rubbish to me.

Asus P5K is atm the best P35 series on the scene. It's hard to find one which doesn't clock high
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Indeed Massman, I'm sharing the same thoughts, hidden propaganda at XS forums it seems, though in the end I do think that the Lanparty series always offer a little bit more tweaking.
But then again, what about the tweaking if you get stuck with a bad clocking board
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The P965-S is the perfect example of propaganda: OPB declared the board as "the best" and every bought the board ... me too. Now I'm stuck with the worst S775 EVER

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how bad is it? and why is it the worst ever? what FSB OC do you get? I'm stuck at <300FSB on my S775 board
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how bad is it? and why is it the worst ever? what FSB OC do you get? I'm stuck at <300FSB on my S775 board

My worst ever =/= your worst ever. I bought this board to do 500+ fsb on phase-change cooling and with phase change, the board craps out. The expectations were high, the disappointment is huge.

I'm more satisfied by my Asrock 4CoreDual-VSTA, which does 290FSB than with my DFi
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the thing is you can buy a sub 100 $ P35 from Gigabyte and it will be sufficent for most overclocks

It's all about the superior Intel chipsets that are going much higher
than the NV ones without requiring special motherboard designs.
 
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