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DFI Infinity Ultra II-M2 (socket AM2) official discussion thread

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'black' board with uv reactive yellow. :)
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black' board with uv reactive yellow. :D and the LEDS there not yellow too are they ?

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LEDS? nope. just the yellow plastic. the lan party uses the nf 590 chipset whereas the infinity uses the nf4 chipset. the lan party is a superior board, however it really depends on what you want out of your system/what your budget is.

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Hey there, I searched the AM2 section and couldnt find the answer to this question. Anybody knows if TTBT fits dfi ultra II board?

 

I know that TTBT VX fits but what about regular TTBT? Any special brackets required?

 

In Indonesia, Thermaltake distro sells the aftermarket AM2 bracket for old TT BigTyphoon, TT Waterblock, etc. Price is around 2 US$ per set. If your motherboard comes with socket backplate then you would only need one set, OTOH if it comes without the socket backplate, -DFI Infinity NF UltraII-M2 for example- you've got to buy a pair of them.

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Will any of the power connections on the motherboard (System Fan, Chassis 1,

Chassis 2) support a 120MM fan? The 120mm fan specs are Voltage = 12V, Current = 0.20A.

 

What is the general advice as to powering a 120mm fan off the motherboard?

 

Thank you rgone, for pointing me to this forum.

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The memory I have states it runs at CL 3-3-3-6.

 

Currently, BIOS readings show

DRAM Speed = AUTO

Current CPU PSB Speed = 2200Mhz

CPU clock setting = 2200Mhz

Current DRAM Speed 628

CPU'nNB Bus width = (down arrow symbol)16 (up arrow)16

PCIE Clock setting = 100

Current DRAM Voltage = 1.77V

Current CPU Voltage = 1.21V

 

Dram voltage setting = AUTO

 

When running memtest86+ the readings show:

 

Settings : RAM : 100 Mhz (DDR200) / CAS : 4-0-6 / Dual Channel (128 Bbits)

 

Are the above readings correct? And what's with the CAS : 4-0-6 ??

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@spursindonesia: thanks for the am2 clip information.

 

@ DFI'ers: i wrote to TT customer service couple of days ago and here is the response that i got from Tim Hong today:

 

"The original clip will support LGA 775 w/o any problem.

AM2 clip will be send to you today. Please allow 4 to 5 businesses days for delivery.

Item was sent via USPS."

 

WHICH means, they are sending the correct/compatible clip for original TTBT for AM2 boards - great service - just to let you know - spread the word!!

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I will be using an ide hard drive right now. What if I switch to using sata drives in the future. Will I be able to install the sata drivers in the current version of windows or will I have to reformat and reinstall windows xp pro sp2 again?

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OK,

 

Have installed Windows XP SP2 and everything is up and running.

 

I installed the XP SP2 Dual-Core hotfix and June 2006 X2 driver optimizer. I wasn't sure about this but went ahead anyway and followed the instructions found at the AMD Forums.

 

http://forums.amd.com/index.php?showtopic=64936

 

I also read an article at:

 

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=81429

 

Everything is up and running.

 

Guess I will see how it works out.

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