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    632fsb done on DFI P35-T2R by Oskar-Wu

    Got a great news from DFI.
    E6600 @ 632fsb on DFI P35-T2R by Oskar-Wu in DFI Lab.
    Cooling= sub-zero
    ram bandwidth > 10k
    Oskar is still working on it.
    Believe after his fine tune, 640fsb+ will fall

    finally, DFI is back



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    nice, P35/X38 have nice FSB ability and really shine on E6x50.

    Hopefully oskar wont see the same FSB walls on E6x50 that i see
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    When is this due out?

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    Any news on availability and ultimate heatpipe design?
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    as soon as it's heatpipe come out, the board will be mass produced.
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    Whenever I see another DFI mobo, despite any RAVE, 500/600+ FSB, wow wow wow factors throwing everywhere, I got to ask "DOES THE MOTHERBOARD SQUEAL"?!?!?!

    Oskar if you see this, please send a msg to DFI QC department and notify them the problem.

    For people who doesn't get what I'm talking about, search DFI Infinity P965-S DARK and the word "squeal" or "squeel", "noise", "whisper" and you will understand the kind of annoying issue I'm refering to here.

    You guys wouldn't believe how high of a RMA rate for this motherboard within such a short period of timeframe...Before I consider buying another DFI board again, quality will always be in my mind first. Unless you guys here are only looking for torturing and beating up the mobo for 2 weeks just for the sake of record, not many people will likely to keep this mobo for a while if DFI hasn't improve the quality of the board
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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorWang View Post
    as soon as it's heatpipe come out, the board will be mass produced.
    Do you think it will be within 4 weeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeTiramisu View Post
    Whenever I see another DFI mobo, despite any RAVE, 500/600+ FSB, wow wow wow factors throwing everywhere, I got to ask "DOES THE MOTHERBOARD SQUEAL"?!?!?!

    Oskar if you see this, please send a msg to DFI QC department and notify them the problem.

    For people who doesn't get what I'm talking about, search DFI Infinity P965-S DARK and the word "squeal" or "squeel", "noise", "whisper" and you will understand the kind of annoying issue I'm refering to here.

    You guys wouldn't believe how high of a RMA rate for this motherboard within such a short period of timeframe...Before I consider buying another DFI board again, quality will always be in my mind first. Unless you guys here are only looking for torturing and beating up the mobo for 2 weeks just for the sake of record, not many people will likely to keep this mobo for a while if DFI hasn't improve the quality of the board
    Totally agreed

    First 965-s was DOA and waiting for their replacement if it's squealing I will return it to dfi but I don't think I will buy an other dfi as their quality seems really poor.

    For the P35 fsb , let see some aircooling shot as the sub zero are not realistic for 24/7 use.
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    yeah squealing is annoying but it isn't limited to DFI only guys
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    Victor, you said as soon as the heatpipes are ready it's going to be mass produced...you happen to know a timeframe? I have an E6550 coming and am looking for a P35 board. Always been a big fan of DFI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    yeah squealing is annoying but it isn't limited to DFI only guys
    Plus most X19xx & 8800XXX cards squeal as well
    Coding 24/7... Limited forums/PMs time.

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    1x pci-e link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post
    1x pci-e link?
    and only support for up to DDR2-800.

    sorry guys, but p5k is better. DFI always seems to cut it close, but never enough. LANParties were the climax

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    We had seen many GREAT SUCCESS on DFI in their Lab ... but where are that results in Retail boards? Where are that Great mobos? DFI is looser now, their boards are crap ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBR View Post
    We had seen many GREAT SUCCESS on DFI in their Lab ... but where are that results in Retail boards? Where are that Great mobos? DFI is looser now, their boards are crap ...
    yeah no kidding

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post
    1x pci-e link?
    Yeah I also noticed that. That's really a problem like it happened in some P965 boards.

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    oh , what's the batch number of cpu ,
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    Quote Originally Posted by superray View Post
    Yeah I also noticed that. That's really a problem like it happened in some P965 boards.
    Only the Asus P5B-Dlx has this issue AFAIK.
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    Victor do you know about E6600 previous FSB?

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    Really nice mobo, i would like one

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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeTiramisu View Post
    Only the Asus P5B-Dlx has this issue AFAIK.
    Gigabytes too
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    Sounds like a $400 board to me
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    I will wait for the X38 motherboard

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    Wow! Impressive board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorWang View Post
    as soon as it's heatpipe come out, the board will be mass produced.

    Heat pipes SUCK!!! DFI should offer a version of this board with no heat sinks of any kid so those of us that want to put alternate cooling on can do so without the hassle of removing combersome HP "systems".

    I think this will be a great board but I have a hard time justifying what will probably be $400 for a board I have to take off $50 worth of heat pipes.
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