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  1. I don't know if any of the rest of you experienced this, but when i flashed, it put the setting "Dram +0.03 v if not 3.2v" (or whatever) to Enabled. This caused my rig to be unstable coz my TCCD totally hates anything more than 2.7v for some reason.
  2. Umm....i can see your Sandy flying out of the window now... I'm running 2x Tornado's + Hyper6 Here's my first attempt a while back @ 3.0ghz with my mem on a divider: http://www.sysxtreme.com/showthread.php?t=1130 2nd attempt with new OCZ ram 1:1 and processor @ 3.1ghz http://www.sysxtreme.com/showthread.php?t=1498 Most of the time i run at 3.0ghz because it seems more stable than 3.1ghz (even tho it completed a 7hr prime).
  3. Right, Well first i tried with 6/18-3 which didnt want to clock as high as the old 3/10p bios, so i gave the 6/18-1 a go and it seems to be a lot more stable. Quick specs: NF4 SLI-D San Diego @ 3.0/3.1ghz (310x10) 1gb OCZ PC4800 Platinum
  4. Hi guys, Couldnt see a thread in this section about this, so i thought i better let you all know. I've flashed with it, and it looks good so far (it hasn't hindered my overclock at all). Available here: http://oskarwu.myweb.hinet.net/dfi/betabios/N4D618-1.zip http://oskarwu.myweb.hinet.net/dfi/betabios/N4D618-2.zip http://oskarwu.myweb.hinet.net/dfi/betabios/N4D618-3.zip Or mirrored here: http://www.sysxtreme.com/showthread.php?p=24763
  5. Thing is, i havn't seen one review of the 865PE-T and searching google returns little/no results on anyone having it, so to me that suggests its new. I would really like to find someone who has got one, and see if they have any of the problems that the 875P-T board has, because if not, i would like to know if DFI would consider RMAing my 875 board in exchange for the 865.
  6. But who would want the 865PE over the 875 chipset unless the 865 board was a lot cheaper...which for some reason i doubt.
  7. From reading this forum, and having 1st hand experience with the 875P-T, its pretty much safe to say that a lot of us are having problems with various things on our boards (memory/temps/support). Also I know of at least 3 people (not including myself) that have had their board die on them all of a sudden for no apparent reason. Browsing the DFI website today for a new bios for my board, i came across this: DFI Lanparty UT 865PE-T Searching the forums, it returned nothing, so i'm guessing that no-one has seen this yet. Its got exactly the same features as the 875P-T board, but with the 865PE chipset. Now, take this into consideration, every other motherboard manufacturer that has produced a LGA775+AGP board, has used the 865PE chipset (take for example the Abit AS8, the Asus P5P800, the Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G). DO you think that maybe DFI has learned from their mistakes, and is trying to correct them with this board? Please feel free to flame if i'm speaking BS.
  8. Anyone interested in a 1month old 875P-T. All mosfets/sb have been sinked, and nb has 40mm fan attached to normal dfi heatsink?
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