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Join Date: Jan 26 2010
EVGA P55 SLI (E655) + i5 750 testing
Performance Based on Intel P55 chipset Supports Intel Socket 1156 Processors Memory 4 x 240-pin DIMM sockets Dual Channel DDR3 Maximum of 16GB of DDR3 2600MHz+ Expansion Slot 2 x PCIe x16/x8, 1 x PCIe x4, 1 x PCIe x1 2 x 32-bit PCI, support for PCI 2.1 Storage I/O 0 x UltraDMA133 8 x Serial ATA 300MB/sec with support for RAID 0, RAID1, RAID 0+1, RAID5, JBOD Integrated Peripherals 8 Channel High Definition 2 x 10/100/1000 Multi I/O 1 x PS2 Keyboard 13 x USB2.0 ports (7 external + 6 internal headers) Audio connector (Line-in, Line-out, MIC) FireWire Form Factor ATX Form Factor Length: 12in - 304.8mm Width: 9.6in - 243.84mm Key Features USB 2.0 Support PCI Express® 2.0 / 1.1 Support Serial ATA II Solid Capacitors Passive Heatsink On-Board Clear CMOS Button On-Board Power Button with Integrated Power Light On-Board Reset Button with Integrated HDD Activity Light On-Board Diagnostics LED Readout 2-Way SLI® Support Windows XP™ Support Windows Vista / Windows 7™ Support DDR3 Support Dual-Channel Support Intel® Core i3, i5 and i7 Support
As you can see the board looks very good, coming in black and grey colours. The board comes with solid capacitors, dual bios, voltage read points in the upper right corner, 8+2 Phase PWM. There is also a strange jumper in the top left corner named I-Limit which I have no idea of its purpose.
Note: The mainboard came with default bios version A27. I had to move to A39 because I couldn't install Windows XP. I didn't keep the board with the last bios version (A56) because I was having issues at booting. At the same settings (stable) used on the previous bios version the board sometimes was not posting, bios reset being necessary to start.
Core i5 750 L939B455
Noctua NH-D14 stock fans
2x2GB Team Xtreem LV 2000Mhz CL9 @ 1.65v
ATi 4870 512MB
Enermax Pro82+ 525W
HD321KJ and HD642JJ storage
4000Mhz@1.306v Bios - 1.329v Load - Prime Large FFTs
Max SPi at 1.40v vcore under cold air, Wprime 32 and PiFast
1780Mhz CL 7-8-7-24 1T, vdimm - 1.65v
2094Mhz CL 8-9-8-24 1T, vdimm - 1.65v
2200Mhz CL 9-9-9-24 1T, vdimm - 1.65v
2000Mhz CL 7-8-7-24 1T, vdimm 1.80v
2000Mhz CL7 may work at lower volts, have to test.
I've also did a Vantage run to see how much volts are needed for 3D stable.
4400Mhz @ 1.38v, Asus 4870 512 @ 835/1100
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