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Thread: [Team.AU] Gigabyte GA-EP45T Extreme - P45 DDR3 Monster

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    p45 for oc'ers look awesome but those volts

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    i have a feeling it won't be as bad as it's been made out to be
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    Quote Originally Posted by T_M View Post
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    anyone use the Gigabyte DDR2 cheaper x48 boards curious how they perform as well?
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    That doesnt really belong in this thread dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glow9 View Post
    anyone use the Gigabyte DDR2 cheaper x48 boards curious how they perform as well?
    Its called the search function

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    First round with a bit of LN2 @ -100C
    Efficiency was not an aim, hence the RAM timings.
    But i know for sure it ran the same MHz at 6-5-5-14 1T but i ran out of LN2 for higher multi.
    Pumped more vCPU than i needed, and manually set VTT and PLL to 1.72V (measured) and 1.92V (measured) respectively.
    Vdroop is a big problem when running 32M, but 1M hardly anything.
    NB cooled by P35 heatsink on air.

    Wanted to test what a real benching system might handle, hence two sticks of RAM and two cores.



    Last edited by T_M; 07-01-2008 at 05:33 PM.

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    good start mate
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    cool so VTT 1.72V and PLL 1.92V wow looking very high
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    Wise words from Sam...

    vpll > 1.70V will make it degrade then die
    vtt >1.45V is 100% guaranteed death for quad 45nm

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    nice board and clocks to. did 2.4v of pll to a e6300 on dice and it didnt like it lol. it was fun while it lasted
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    Good Start mate

    Awaiting my board!!

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    Nice board, but crazy voltages there....

    i'm awaiting your high VTT endurance test results

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    Can you log how many hours at what voltages just in case the chip does succumb? I'm hesitant in sticking my QX9650 into the P45T-Extreme sitting here before I do my 4850 + X48T benching

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    good start T_M !!!.....the voltages are nuts !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver View Post
    Wise words from Sam...

    vpll > 1.70V will make it degrade then die
    vtt >1.45V is 100% guaranteed death for quad 45nm
    lol you shouldn't say this Oliver
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    btw T_M, have you tried the new F3B BIOS ? Hope it can fix 2T/1T and gain the FSB. I don't have time to test it now. You can download the BIOS here

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    Going to use my 65nm chip to start, will check out the F3B BIOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKarmakazi View Post
    Its called the search function
    Seems relevant, I don't know too many other review sites that don't compare motherboards. Why pay for a premium board if it I dont have something to compare it to? This seems like a damn nice board
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    Since when was this thread a review site? Please take your X48 queries to an X48 thread (search!)

    I completed one run at 540fsb (8.110s) but cold bugged it foolishly (-110C)
    After that i couldnt repeat it.

    Time log.... hmm... i'd say last night the chip ran at those volts or similar for about 1.5-2hrs (love how little LN2 it takes on dual!)
    Add to that all the air time ive spent at the auto settings > 600fsb.
    Last edited by T_M; 07-01-2008 at 05:35 PM.

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    Nice run dude. I'm awaiting by board. I have P45-DS3R here. sucide screen was at 653 fsb with air cooling. used E8400. The CPU still lives after 2,2 vpll and 1,54 CPU termination. it was on air.

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    Try opening up the Termination, it seemed to be a bottleneck on FSB for me

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    keep your NB volts close to VTT volts
    and you will get max FSB

    NB volts slightly lower.... like 1.5NB >> 1.54VTT sort of difference
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    Will give it a shot on air, no more LN2 runs until after July

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    haha i love tim, not afraid to throw the volts to get the job done, well done very promising mate,

    ill be using your thread as a baseline when i recieve my board later this week... hoping for some high fsb 32m actions...

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