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Old 08-21-2010, 10:07 PM
wytiwx wytiwx is offline
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If I change mobo, which is better between commando(965P) and P5E3 Premium(X48)?

Commando is needed to Vcore mod and Vdroop mod to work fine, and OC failed BIOS reset is not so convenient. But does P5E3 Premium really support celeron D 3xx?

Though I found the man whose celeron D 3xx has nice work in

Andre Yang, TaPaKaH, Brain y (used P5E3 Premium, X48), Gautam (used P5E64 WS Evolution, X48);

erdemolkun (used P5E3 WS Professional, X38), Vulkan (used Maximus Extreme, X38), hipro5 (used P5E3 WS Professional, X38);

TiN (used LANparty UT P35-T2R, P35), mrlobber (used P5K3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP, P35).

Now I feel confused, if I change my mobo just like anyone's as above, will that be certainly ok to celeron D 3xx?
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Old 09-05-2010, 10:53 AM
doramider7 doramider7 is offline
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Originally Posted by wytiwx View Post
Sorry, my mistake. Vcore, not VID. But I found something strange. Firstly my P4 651 coldbug at -155 C when Vcore is above 1.9V, then coldbug at -165 C when Vcore is 1.85V. Should I think about anything else? like Voltage of NB? or Vtt?
I tried P5Q3-Deluxe with a coldbuggedless E8600 once - had similar issues at -160ish so I'll blame the board

try something else, like P5B-Deluxe / Commando or P5E3-Premium .. your chip looks very promising, especially with P45 chipset you're using not being famous for its cedarmill clocking capabilities

oh, and a standart question - can you provide the batchnumber or a picture of CPU?
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