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Old 09-24-2008, 08:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'm only trying to help. I'm sorry if you disagree with me. But I speak the truth.
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get a maximus 2 formula!!! they look so sexy. also the biostar is a wise choice. my 750iftw is actually preaty good, i just havent learn how to use it completely yet. but on my maximus formula i had the highest stable clock for the q6600 on the entire forum.
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Default Re: Qx9770 45nm VS QX6850 65nm

Check this out:
This guy used a 790i to do this insane overclock.. are they really that bad?



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OVERCLOCKED:
GPU MHz: 1061 RAM MHz: 2506 Multiple Video Cards: Yes
Motherboard EVGA nforce 790i ultra
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Old 09-24-2008, 08:15 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Default Re: Qx9770 45nm VS QX6850 65nm

I'm not saying it can't be done. Sure there are good ones. But the likely hood you get one of those isn't that great. Experience tells us that its more likely you will burn out the mobo. Chances are the cpu wont be killed which is good. But you will have a bad day none the less.

And what is great about a 400mhz fsb when all P45s can get 600 and some can get 700?
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I'm only trying to help. I'm sorry if you disagree with me. But I speak the truth.
lol i was saying that the biostars were more expensive in canada....wrong thread...
no way i disagree with you dude...7 series suck nuts.

dude...1.8V...i bet that thing was slag.
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Should I turn my eyes toward the Biostar I45 then?
Newegg.com - BIOSTAR TPower I45 LGA 775 Intel P45 ATX Intel Motherboard - Intel Motherboards

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I'd have to change the memory as well.. BUT if this board really is that much better.. I'll get it instead.. I just don't want to yank companys around too much.. lol
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Yes it is. As far as OC potential is concerned its your best bet man. It has the OC world record by a fair margin. Apparently it doesn't do as well with the 65nm ones as the 45nms, so I would grab a wolfie or a Yorkfield.

Get yourself some good WC cooling, you can do wonders.
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Check this out:
This guy used a 790i to do this insane overclock.. are they really that bad?



3D Mark Vantage Score: 37,101
3DMark06 Score: 32,719

Component Type Brand Product
RAM Corsair 2x Dominator TWIN2X
Hard Drive Western Digital 80gb
Case Lead sled Bench Platform
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CPU Intel QX9770
OVERCLOCKED:
MHz: 5660 Multiplier: 17 Voltage: 1.8 Stepping: C0 FSB: 400
Graphics Card EVGA GTX 280
OVERCLOCKED:
GPU MHz: 1061 RAM MHz: 2506 Multiple Video Cards: Yes
Motherboard EVGA nforce 790i ultra
http://www.evga.com/community/ModsRigs/comment.asp?sysid=443

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They only ran a fsb of 400 for that overclock. The Biostar I45 holds the world record with a 725mhz fsb on phase change and will do 600+mhz fsb on air.
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Your company is letting you have a budget to get what you want?!

Anyways I recommend the QX9770, even though its a bit of a power sucker, but its faster clock per clock and whatnot

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If he is going for some kind of record and has the cash flow I say make an LN2 HSF and start pouring the liquid!
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