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    DFI INFINITY P965 Dark non S results @ FSB555MHz Benchmark Stable!!

    Low price (140$ in Thailand) but high performance like Dark-s

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    DFI Infinity P965 Dark

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    nice results. the essential components are still solid

    good board for those who dont need firewire

    what voltage settings did you use? and ddr mode / gtl drive / dq calibration / fine delay
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziddey View Post
    nice results. the essential components are still solid

    good board for those who dont need firewire

    what voltage settings did you use? and ddr mode / gtl drive / dq calibration / fine delay
    This is my config in bios for this results not for 24/7,










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    Thanks a lot for sharing the detail configuration with us.
    I've an E6700 as well, so far I'm stable at 3420mhz @ 1.296Vcore, load temp after 8 hours Orthos blend is 48 degrees.
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    nice motherboard. i'd like to see P5B Deluxe and DFI Infinity Dark P965-S comparison.

    Sorry for my bad English

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    are there many differencies between DFI Dark P965 and P965S?

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    only solid cap
    Soon to be :
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaFrOuT View Post
    only solid cap
    They both have solid caps. The only difference is the firewire controller

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgesod View Post
    They both have solid caps. The only difference is the firewire controller
    No mate, the P965 Dark only has solid caps round the CPU socket area wheras the P965-S Dark has solid caps all round.

    Anyway The non-S seems to be as good as the S, sans firewire

    P965 non-S



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    thanx, but how to know which is P965S? there's no "S" prefix on the box DFI P965S Infinity Dark.

    Sorry for my bad English

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'enFer View Post
    thanx, but how to know which is P965S? there's no "S" prefix on the box DFI P965S Infinity Dark.
    Oddly enough, this board isn't even on the DFI website yet

    I guess the name on the boxes as well as the obvious difference in caps is the only way to tell, although I couldn't find any product details or retailers of the non-S on Google. Heck, the P965-S hasn't even been released in the UK yet
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    I have the -S version and there's a barcode sticker that lists it as the P965-S, but the box graphics have no -S, just INFINITY P965 DARK. There is however, a gold sticker on the front of the box that says "solid cap edition" on the -S.

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    Great board. I'm thinking of buying one.

    Does anyone know what brand those non-solid caps are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by K.I.T.T.
    Oddly enough, this board isn't even on the DFI website yet
    what about the link? http://us.dfi.com.tw/Product/xx_prod...YPE=LP&SITE=US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'enFer View Post
    Yeah, but that's the S version, I was saying the non-S version wasn't on the site
    The rig
    CPUs: E6300 ES B0 @ 3220 MHz w/1.35v orthos stable | E6600 B2 @ 3400 MHz w/1.43v --> Sold | Xeon 3050 L2 @ 3304 MHz w/1.45v orthos stable
    MoBo: Asus P5K-E WiFi-AP @ 520 x * orthos stable
    Graphics: 256 MB Connect 3D Radeon X1900XT @ 661/828 (core/mem)
    RAM: 2 x 1 GB Team Xtreem PC2 5300 @ DDR1010 4-4-4-8 / DDR1100 5-5-5-12 w/2.25v orthos stable
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    KI.T.T., sorry, misundestood... So, there will be only S ver. on the market?

    Sorry for my bad English

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    does this motherboard have any memory requirements? or any memory will work with it without problems?

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    Should be more or less fine. This board defaults 1.9v instead of 1.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziddey View Post
    Should be more or less fine. This board defaults 1.9v instead of 1.8
    Which is a good thing IMO

    But by this, do you mean the non-S in particular or both these boards?
    The rig
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    I believe both default 1.9v. I meant it as a good thing too
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    So, the last thing I heard about the Non-S version was that it wasn't supposed to be released at all... Is that some kind of ES, perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mean Machine View Post
    So, the last thing I heard about the Non-S version was that it wasn't supposed to be released at all... Is that some kind of ES, perhaps?
    I also thought it wasn't going to be released, I mean it's already a pretty cheap board who's going to bother with the non-s version?

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    Well the 965P-S costs us about $200-220USD ($247AUD is the cheapest online price) here in Australia, not exactly the price point you have it for

    In fact it works out about the same or slightly cheaper to order it from excaliberpc in the USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mean Machine View Post
    So, the last thing I heard about the Non-S version was that it wasn't supposed to be released at all... Is that some kind of ES, perhaps?
    It's Retail box.
    I have one also

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