M4er1c wrote:question. does the ds3l come out of box supported the e8400?
AfrocousticPunk wrote:I just ordered the GA-P35-DS4. I can't wait to get it!!! But the E8400 are out of stock. I'm just wondering why you want an Giga-byte mobo.I got one, mainly because of the esata bracket with data and power cables separate. If I could have purchased that accessory by itself, I would have. This will be my first Giga-byte mobo ever. I've always used Asus.
slugzkea wrote:It's good or benchmark scores tho
I gave it that much juice to stabilize it.
lots of ppl can hit 4.5 at lower voltages, but i doubt they are really stable...plus, people that have gone above that freq. i've seen use 2.0v :O!!
Nvidiafanboy wrote:Grab a x38 you can find some great deals
Nvidiafanboy wrote:Good for overclocking
slugzkea wrote:I just got the ep35-ds3p, replacing a bummed out msi p35 neo2-fr.
I am having trouble overclocking it...with the neo, I hit 4.3ghz easily and with stability.
but all i can get is 3.6 with the GA!?
there must be something i'pm missing...like maybe disabling DES? which i can't find in the bios anywhere
Scratch that, CHECK THIS OUT!
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/sho ... p?t=182636
Flying Fox wrote:Nvidiafanboy wrote:Grab a x38 you can find some great deals
If you are not doing CrossFire nor using DDR3, why?
Nvidiafanboy wrote:Ive been looking around for you get an Asus p5n 750I SLI it allows SLI, raid 0, 1, 0+1, 5 and good for over clocking it contains all your needs