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Old 09-06-09, 04:27 PM Thread Starter   #1
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For those of you interested in P55 thought i'd share developments with my Asus P7P55D Deluxe which I've matched with a Intel® Core i5 750. Asus P7P55D Deluxe Living Review




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Old 09-06-09, 04:28 PM Thread Starter   #2
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Would be great to see some OC data to compare it to the flood of Gigabyte boards from the sponsored guys here.
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Old 09-09-09, 12:45 PM Thread Starter   #4
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Sorry...I missed that, nice clocks, looks like the board does pretty well, what was the max bclk you could get?

Look forward to seeing the 860 on the board.

Just noticed the 48 phases on the Premium, WTF...overkill?

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Sorry...I missed that, nice clocks, looks like the board does pretty well, what was the max bclk you could get?

Look forward to seeing the 860 on the board.

Just noticed the 48 phases on the Premium, WTF...overkill?
yes but a good slice of $ extra this says 16+3 on the box but there's an asus advert i've seen for it which says 24:lol: Any way. i've not tried maxinbg blck yet. on the to do list

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thanks for the look at the Asus!!

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Old 09-15-09, 03:55 PM Thread Starter   #9
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I7-860 wasn't great, see main index for clocks, but at least I5-750 is reasonable 4.2Ghz both at 1,600Mhx & 1,900Mhz:-
At least managed a sub 9m Pi 32m
I5-750 4.2Ghz 21x200Mhz Ram x10 1,900Mhz 8-8-8-22

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did you play with PCIE speeds to see if that helped with max cpu clocks?

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I've always tended to run pcie at 103 on 775 & 1366, doesn't do well here/. Have had to raise voltage on higher clocks to be able to complete Gfx tests.

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I've always tended to run pCir at 103 on 775 & 1366, doesn't do well here/. Have had to raise voltage on higher clocks to be able to complete Gfx tests.
wel someone did bring up a good point that some of us (me included) have over looked. while i knew PCIE is on die, it didnt dawn on me it would prolly also effect ocing. as pointed out by Dean, at higher clocks you need to up the pcie speed. soemthing to do with that things get funk internally with high cpu speeds and the on die pcie controller.

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Old 09-15-09, 05:01 PM Thread Starter   #13
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yes BLCK can be somewhat impaired by having pcie on die. I'm not convinced on what i've done so far that upping PCIe speed is a solution

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Old 10-01-09, 12:07 PM Thread Starter   #14
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update


Had a few other things on, just cast my eyes over 0711 BTA
has less options than 0606
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Have split templates to:-
BTA 0606
BTA 0711

And last but not least, good news on the I7-860

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