Looking forward to this board compared with Asus brand new toy (better get Milan on the phone :p)
Wow, this board seems to be really fast :eek:
Okay, in contrary to the GD80 board, I can increase the PCI-e frequency quite a lot on this board. Now booting 113MHz and still going up
GD80 doesn't do 103 stable
145MHz now :-/
I've been playing with the P55-UD6 on air and single stage these last couple of days and I found a whole new appreciation for the GD80 board :).
As for the UD6:
- Memory bandwidth performance is excellent; very easy to reach high numbers without actually pushing the memory.
- Bios is absolutely fantastic in terms of lay-out
- Board feels smooth overall (<-> gd80), but that's a very subjective opinion. Don't know what it is, just feels smooth
- Hits 150MHz PCI-e with small increase in voltage - too bad not much performance increase
- On air it clocks pretty much the same as the GD80
- On phase I can run 230x20 as stable as on the GD80, but with the GD80 I can push to 233MHz 01 stable whereas it's nearly impossible with the UD6. Reason underneath.
- A lot of issues with vcore/vtt setting. I boot 1.50/1.50 or 1.518/1.52V, but anything over that just doesn't work ... on the MSI I can't go over 1.54V VTT either, but I can push a little bit harder on the Vcore on single stage, hence why I can bench a tad higher.
In any case, thanks to the better memory and uncore performance I've been able to increase my 01 score with 1200 points using less mhz.
Next question would be if overclocking the PCIe freq changes the DMI freq, since it's really a PCIe 2.0 4x link?
I'll digg into that today, but it seems that there's actually a frequency change. For 150MHz I need to bump up the voltage because it's not stable at stock volts; that would indicate there's a change.
Blades working condition ? those results are with the Plat's I suppose ?
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