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Old 22-12-2006, 03:12 PM   #1
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Cool DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600 Intel LGA775 Information & Photos

DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600
Intel LGA775 Information & Photos


The DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600 motherboard lands in Australia. This is retail sample board. Christmas is coming all at once this year thanks to DFI

The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G box


The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G ATI RD600 motherboard


DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G CPU socket area with Digital PWM

Some info that may help H20 cooling folks... but yes not all air cooling chipset blocks will fit properly.
  1. The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G northbridge and mosfet heatsinks' height measure approximately 3.8cm and 2.9cm respectively.
  2. The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G northbridge heatink's hooks cover in rectangular dimensions an area of approximately 4.2cm x 6.7cm with a diagonal measurement of approximately 7.9cm from one corner to the other (which agrees with Pythagorean theorem).
  3. This distance of 7.9cm would rule out alot of third party chipset heatsinks. But it seems my Radiical chipset waterblock might be able to fit. The specs page list 7.6cm max but measured myself it can just do 7.85cm which probably be enough considering it is hook mounted and not through the board holes and that it fitted fine on Intel D975XBX which has 8cm to 8.5cm diagonal length between hooks vs DFI ICFX3200 RD600's 7.9cm
  4. Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II chipset air heatsink will most likely fit since it fits the Intel D975XBX hooks seen here. But can't 100% confirm it since my 2x TT Extreme Spirit II chipset heatsinks are already in use on other motherboards.
  5. You can see the Radiical chipset water block installed on Intel D975XBX here . The Intel D975XBX hooks measure 4.2cm x 6.8cm rectangular dimensions with a 8cm to 8.5cm diagonal length between 2 corner hooks.
  6. Radiical chipset waterblock on Asus P5W DH Deluxe here.
  7. While southbridge heatsink as rectangular dimensions of approximately 3.4cm x 3.8cm with the diagonal length between both push pin holes being ~6.3cm.
  8. Swiftech MCW30 chipset block WILL FIT fit the DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G. Explained here.


Installing my brand new Tuniq Tower 120 I got the other day on my almost shiny Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 QPGE B1 Step 5 cpu


The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 T2R/G Karajan Realtek ALC885 8 channel HD sound card and changing of stock Tuniq Tower 120 fan. Tests to begin with 2x512MB OCZ PC5400 Platinum XTC 3-3-3-12 DDR2 modules

For now as you can expect it's going to be take me a while to read up and figure things out. Have to pick Tony's (bigtoe at OCZ) brain as well for tips to get me started. I'm sure Tony's DFI ICFX3200 RD600 Tweaking and overclocking guide at http://www.thetechrepository.com/showthread.php?t=76 will help too

DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G Specification
CPU
  • LGA 775 socket for: - Intel Core2 Quad, Intel Core2 Extreme, Intel Core2 Duo, Intel Pentium D or Intel Pentium 4
  • Supports Intel Enhanced Memory 64 Technology (EMT64T)
  • Supports Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST)
  • Supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology
  • Supports 1066/800MHz FSB

Chipset
  • ATI chipset - Northbridge: ATI RD600 - Southbridge: ATI SB600

Memory
  • Four 240-pin DDR2 DIMM sockets
  • Supports DDR2 667 and DDR2 800 DIMMs
  • Supports dual channel (128-bit wide) memory interface
  • Supports up to 8GB system memory

BIOS
  • Award BIOS
  • CMOS Reloaded
  • CPU/DRAM overclocking
  • CPU/DRAM/Chipset overvoltage
  • 8Mbit flash memory

Power Management
  • ACPI and OS Directed Power Management
  • ACPI STR (Suspend to RAM) function
  • Wake-On-PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse
  • Wake-On-USB Keyboard/Mouse
  • Wake-On-Ring
  • Wake-On-LAN
  • RTC timer to power-on the system
  • AC power failure recovery

Hardware Monitor
  • Monitors CPU/system/chipset temperature
  • Monitors 12V/5V/3.3V/Vcore/Vbat/5Vsb/Vdimm/Vchip voltages
  • Monitors the speed of the cooling fans
  • CPU Overheat Protection function monitors CPU temperature during system boot-up

Audio
  • Karajan audio module - Realtek ALC885 8-channel High Definition Audio CODEC - 6 audio jacks - 1 CD-in connector - 1 front audio connector
  • DAC SNR/ADC SNR of 106dB/101dB
  • Full-rate lossless content protection technology
  • S/PDIF-in/out interface

LAN
  • Marvell 88E8052 and Marvell 88E8053 Gigabit PCIE LAN
  • Fully compliant to IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T), 802.3u (100BASE-TX) and 802.3ab (1000BASE-T) standards

IDE
  • Supports one IDE connector that allows connecting up to two UltraDMA 133Mbps hard drives

Serial ATA with RAID
  • Four Serial ATA ports supported by ATI SB600 - SATA speed up to 3Gb/s - RAID 0, RAID 1 and RAID 0+1
  • Four Serial ATA ports supported by Promise PDC40719 - SATA speed up to 3Gb/s - RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1 and RAID 5

IEEE 1394
  • VIA VT6307
  • Supports two 100/200/400 Mb/sec ports

Rear Panel I/O Ports
  • 1 mini-DIN-6 PS/2 mouse port
  • 1 mini-DIN-6 PS/2 keyboard port
  • 2 S/PDIF RCA jacks (S/PDIF-in and S/PDIF-out)
  • Karajan audio module (6 audio jacks)
  • 1 IEEE 1394 port
  • 2 RJ45 LAN ports
  • 6 USB 2.0/1.1 ports

I/O Connectors
  • 2 connectors for 4 additional external USB 2.0/1.1 ports
  • 1 connector for 1 external IEEE 1394 port
  • 1 connector for 1 external serial port
  • 1 connector for the Karajan audio module
  • 1 front audio connector for external line-out and mic-in jacks (on the Karajan audio module)
  • 1 CD-in internal audio connector (on the Karajan audio module)
  • 1 S/PDIF connector for optical cable connection
  • 1 IrDA connector
  • 1 CIR connector
  • 8 Serial ATA connectors
  • 1 IDE connector
  • 1 floppy connector
  • 1 24-pin ATX power connector
  • 1 8-pin ATX 12V power connector
  • 2 4-pin 5V/12V power connectors (FDD type)
  • 1 front panel connector
  • 6 fan connectors
  • 1 diagnostic LED
  • EZ touch switches (power switch and reset switch)

Expansion Slots
  • 3 PCI Express x16 slots for ATI CrossFire and ATI Physics 2+1 Configuration (2 Graphics + 1 Physics) - 2 ATI CrossFire graphics cards (each operates at x8 bandwidth). - 1 ATI Physics graphics card operates at x2 bandwidth.
  • 3 PCI slots

PCB
  • ATX form factor
  • 24cm (9.45") x 30.5cm (12")
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Re: DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600 Intel LGA775 Photos

Latest DFI ICFX3200 T2R/G Bios


02/12 2007 bios
http://www.dfi.com.tw/Support/Downlo...FLAG=A&SITE=US
Major Reasons of Change:
1.Fixed X6800 CPU can’t set multiplier greater than 14X.
2.Change DRAM voltage up to 1.95V after CMOS checksum fail.
3.Improving Memory compatibility issue.
12/22 2006 bios
http://us.dfi.com.tw/Support/Downloa...FLAG=A&SITE=US
1.Fixed S3 fail with not Merom series CPU.
2.Added CLK_Drv_ITEM and CLK_PreAMP_ITEM.
3.Remove Kernel_SMI_V10 to fix retail QX6700 fail in Vista.
4.Added CLK_Timing_ITEM.
5.Added PLL_Loop_ITEM.
6.Improved DDRII 1T timing function.
7.Fixed some CPU boot fail after clear CMOS.


DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G RD600 Downloads & Links

DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G RD600 Review Links:

DFI LANParty ICFX3200 T2R/G RD600 Bios Photos


Bios template for DFI LANParty ICFX3200 T2R/G RD600 owners to use. Based on DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G 12/23 beta bios (additions since 12/18 bios in bold):
Memory Clock Frequency: AUTO
Current Memory Clock:

Control CPU Frequency:
x CPU Frequency (Mhz)
NB FSB Strapping: AUTO
PCI-E Overclock: 100
Software Reset Clockgen: Disabled
Memory Overclocking: Enabled

CPU Vid Control:
CPU VID Special ADD:
DDR2 Ram 1.8 Voltage:
CPU VTT 1.2V Voltage:
NB Core 1.2V Voltage:
NB PLL 1.8V Voltage:
NB PLL 1.2V Voltage:
NB PCI-E 1.2V Voltage:
NB Core 1.2V convert from:
SB Core 1.2V Voltage:
Clockgen Voltage:
GTL REF Voltage control:
CPU Core 1/2 GTL REF Volt:
CPU Core 3/4 GTL REF Volt:
North Bridge GTL REF Volt:
CPU PLL Setting Overide:
PLL Override loop count:
Conroe P-State Multiplier:
C1E Function:

CS Output Timing: Auto OR Delay 1/4 clock.
CK Output Timing: AUTO
Dual channel Split Mode: Leave on Auto
ADDR/CMD Driving Pre-AMP: Disabled.
ADDR/CMD Driving Strength: 5
Clocking Driving Pre-AMP: Always
Clocking Driving Strength: 5
Address/Command Timing: 2T
Memory Timing Select: Manual

CAS Timing (TCAS):
Read RAS-CAS Delay (TRCDR):
Write RAS-CAS Delay (TRCDW):
RAS Precharge Time (TRP):
Cycle Time (TRAS):

Row Cycle Time (TRC):
Refresh to Active (TRFC):
Bank to Bank CMD (TRRD):
Write Recovery (TWR):

Read-Write Command (TRTW):
Write-Write CS (TWTW_CS):
Write-Read Command (TWTR):
Write-Read CS (TWTR_CS):
Read-Read CS (TRTR_CS):
Read Data Transfers:

Memory Auto-Calibration
Read Data Transfer: Enabled
Read Strobe Delay: Disabled
Read Strobe Arrival: Enabled
This is from 12/18 dated bios.






























DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G RD600 Additional cooling
- Northbridge Chipset & ICS Clock generator

The DFI ICFX3200 northbridge chipset is passively cooled and can get up to 55C according to Smartguardian under load near default volts/clocks. As with most Intel based chipsets, raising NB voltage allows a higher FSB clock. But raising NB voltage will increase the heat load for NB chipset heatsink, so even the simple acts of re-applying the thermal paste under the NB heatsink and adding a small fan over the passive NB heatsink will give you cooler temps (too early to tell from testing if it equals higher FSB max yet).
  • I had to uninstall Tuniq Tower 120 heatsink to get the passive DFI ICFX3200 NB heatsink's hook clips nearest to cpu socket to unhook.
  • I removed the white foam spacer piece attached to bottom of passive DFI ICFX3200 NB heatsink
  • Then cleaned off the grey thermal paste used on the NB heatsink
  • Reapplied Ceramique thermal paste on chipset core and reinstalled NB heatsink.
  • Added 60x25mm Sunon 23.5cfm MagLev fan over passive NB heatsink. This dropped chipset load temps by ~10C under load.
  • Added a Swiftech MC14 copper ram sink to the ICS clock generator as apparently this may allow you to clock higher - I haven't done enough tests to confirm if this is true. But additional cooling never hurt anyone

The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200's RD600 chipset itself:


The DFI Lanparty ICFX3200 RD600 ICS Clock generator chip:


The Swiftech MC14 copper ram sink with fins spread out using pliers:




Shamino's Bios info

As per http://forums.vr-zone.com/showpost.p...9&postcount=20

By Shamino
**Alright, I've gotten an update on some queries regarding these options in BIOS, here they are my friends**

Northbridge MRC Version --> It is ATI chipset bios code version.

PCIE GFX Lane Reversal - Does that mean primary and secondary GFX can switch between slots ---> Can't switch between slots, it happens internally in chipset.

Me: Elaborate?--> PCIE Lane 0~7 change to PCIE Lane 7~0 (The lane order reverses internally) For debug purposes, or RD layout pattern, doesn't effect Overclocks.

CPU PLL Setting --> Enable it to overwrite PLL setting.

CPU Core GTLREf ½ and ¾ refers to the Reference 0 and Reference 1 GTLRef voltages for CPU?---> Yes

Values for GTLREf Voltage – 0-255 –-> refers to Numerator over Denominator x VTT? For Example – select 48 --> 48/255 x CPU VTT – Is this correct? ---> Yes.

Me: But then that doesn't coincide when I take physical measurements.

Will ask Engineer to double Check again.

Clockgen voltage – Adjust for the clock generator of the RD600?---> For cpu, RD600...

NB Core voltage convert from – 1.8v to 2.39v – voltage derived from which various sources? --> NB Core voltage convert from this item: Voltage must larger than NB voltage around 0.1V ~ 0.15V

NB PLL Voltage – Affects FSB clocking?--> Yes, all the settings relative to overclocking are grouped in the Genie section of BIOS.

Memory Power Management – What does this do?

Bank 0-3 Map GFX/NB – What does this do? --> For RD debug purposes only , doesn't impact Overclocks.
Bit-tech.net Bios Info

Bit-tech.net's review has more bios explanations and tips at http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...00_t2rg/5.html

Example regarding GTL Ref voltages:

GTLRef Voltage (Gunning Transceiver Logic: doesn't that sound cool!) is the reference voltage the CPU uses to determine high or low signals (on or off) for data on the front side bus (FSB). The standard settings are set to “optimum” by DFI, but try adding to it in small quantities if you hit a wall with everything else. Kentsfield Quad Core CPUs are supported and require the four GTLRef voltages which DFI have integrated in 1&2 and 3&4. Pay particular attention to these settings if you're overclocking a Quad Core CPU.

The typical GTL switches between 0.4V and 1.2V when sending data (off and on), so increasing the value means the signal to noise ratio is stricter: allowing less difference between the data signal and that of the increased noise from increased voltage along the FSB traces between northbridge and CPU. If the standard GTLRef is 0.8V and is increased to 0.9V it means there's a greater difference between the stock 0.4V and reference voltage. But typically when overclocking the 1.2V VTT signal voltage will be increased (Intel rates 1.55V as an upper limit to VTT for it's processors), increasing the upper limit too. There is a greater overall difference allowing for more noise and a stricter data edge on the clock when increasing the frequency: 0.4V (off) - 0.9V (Ref) - 1.3V (on). It’s all about obtaining a balance between the two to filter the actual signals propagating through.

The CPU Core GTLRef values range from 1 to 255, with each value representing approximately 0.00153V, so the stock value of 48 represents a cut off voltage of 0.70V, out of typically 1.21V. Increasing this offers values of typically: 72 = 0.74V, 96 = 0.77V, 120 = 0.81V.

The Northbridge GTLRef values also range from 1 to 255 but each value represents 0.00146V, so a stock value of 128 = 0.86V. Increasing this offers values of typically: 144 = 0.88V, 160 = 0.91V, 176 = 0.93V.















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Re: DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600 Intel LGA775 Photos

I spent the whole day with DFI ICFX3200 just playing around in memtest86+ v1.65 with 2x512MB OCZ PC5400 Platinum XTC 3-3-3-12 to figure stuff out as there's so many bios voltages and settings to figure out. Once I got a comfortable and stable memtest86+ v1.65 config, I installed windows and proceeded to do some stock speed load tests to compare temperature readings with my E6600 air vs water results shown here.

System:
  • E6600 QPGE B1 Step
  • Tuniq Tower 120 with stock fan (High speed)
  • DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G 12/23 beta bios with 60x25mm Sunon 23.5cfm MagLev fan over the NB heatsink
  • 512MB HIS X1800XT + VF900CU
  • 2x512MB OCZ PC5400 Platinum XTC 3-3-3-12
  • 74GB WD Raptor 8MB
  • Pioneer DVD Burner
  • 1.44MB FDD
  • 1KW PCP&C SLI psu
  • WinXP Pro SP2
  • SB600 Catalyst 6.11 Chipset driver build 37616

Under Load Digitech QM1538 Digital Multimeter measured psu rails as follows on DFI ICFX3200:

Rail = Smartguardian = DMM real
+12v rail = 12.09v = 12.26v
+5v rail = 4.89v = 5.10v
+3.3v rail = 3.28v = 3.368v

DFI LANParty ICFX3200 T2R/G 12/23 beta bios settings used:
(additions since 12/18 bios in bold)

Memory Clock Frequency: Sync
Current Memory Clock: 266

Control CPU Frequency: Enabled
x CPU Frequency (Mhz): 267
NB FSB Strapping: AUTO
PCI-E Overclock: 100
Software Reset Clockgen: Disabled
Memory Overclocking: Disabled

CPU Vid Control: 1.25v
CPU VID Special ADD:
DDR2 Ram 1.8 Voltage: 2.15v
CPU VTT 1.2V Voltage: 1.31
NB Core 1.2V Voltage: 1.36v
NB PLL 1.8V Voltage: 1.83v
NB PLL 1.2V Voltage: 1.38v
NB PCI-E 1.2V Voltage: 1.34v
NB Core 1.2V convert from: 1.89v
SB Core 1.2V Voltage: 1.34v
Clockgen Voltage: 2.92v
GTL REF Voltage control: Enabled
CPU Core 1/2 GTL REF Volt: 48
CPU Core 3/4 GTL REF Volt: 48
North Bridge GTL REF Volt: 128
CPU PLL Setting Overide: Enabled
PLL Override loop count: AUTO
Conroe P-State Multiplier: x9
C1E Function: Disabled

CS Output Timing: Delay 1/4 clock
CK Output Timing: AUTO
Dual channel Split Mode: AUTO
ADDR/CMD Driving Pre-AMP: Enabled
ADDR/CMD Driving Strength: 15
Clocking Driving Pre-AMP: Always
Clocking Driving Strength: 5
Address/Command Timing: 1T
Memory Timing Select: Manual

CAS Timing (TCAS): 3
Read RAS-CAS Delay (TRCDR): 3
Write RAS-CAS Delay (TRCDW): 3
RAS Precharge Time (TRP): 3
Cycle Time (TRAS): 8

Row Cycle Time (TRC): 18
Refresh to Active (TRFC): 35
Bank to Bank CMD (TRRD): 3
Write Recovery (TWR): 5

Read-Write Command (TRTW): 3
Write-Write CS (TWTW_CS): 2
Write-Read Command (TWTR): 3
Write-Read CS (TWTR_CS): 2
Read-Read CS (TRTR_CS): 2
Read Data Transfers: 5

Memory Auto-Calibration
Read Data Transfer: Enabled
Read Strobe Delay: Disabled
Read Strobe Arrival: Enabled


CPU Idle:


CPU Load:


CPU Post Load Idle:


E6600 @2400Mhz at 1.23v
DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G


Tuniq Tower 120 with stock fan (High speed)

Room temp: ~28.2-30.8C
Cooling used: Tuniq Tower 120 with stock fan (High speed)
Bios idle: 43-48C
Windows idle: 37-40C
Windows load: 50-51C with fluctuations in coretemp down to 48C
Rise above ambient delta = 19.2-22.8C
Rise above windows idle delta = 10-14C
The DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G seems to have a higher idle temp than my experiences on Asus P5W DH Deluxe, Asus P5B Deluxe, Asus 680i Striker Extreme and Intel D975XBX Badaxe. All other boards were also tested with Intel Speedstep and C1E disabled like DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G. But load temps are on par for air cooling. Rise above ambient delta temps seem to agree with my E6600 air vs water cooling tests with Intel D975XBX http://i4memory.com/showthread.php?t=3218 although at a lower vcore than on Intel D975XBX Badaxe

E6600 @2400Mhz at 1.259v
Intel D975XBX Badaxe


Scythe Infinity + 2x Thermaltake 120x25mm 81cfm push-pull

Room temp: ~27-29C
Cooling used: Scythe Infinity + 2x Thermaltake 120x25mm 81cfm push-pull
Bios idle: 40-43C
Windows idle: 35-36C
Windows load: 50-51C
Rise above ambient delta = 22-24C
Rise above windows idle delta = 15-16C
Update: January 21, 2007
Using 12/22 official bios decided to check out high FSB clocks by dropping multi from 9x to 7x and clocking FSB up to 502FSB. My ICFX3200 is retail early sample, removed NB's white foam spacer, reapplied thin layer of AS5 under stock passive NB heatsink. Added 60x38mm Sunon 23.5cfm MagLev fan over the NB.

NB Load temp = 51-55C at 1.76v bios set NB volts in 31.8C room temps open desktop bench rig running Prime95 v25.1 blend.

Click image for full screenshot.


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Links to my results:

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Re: DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600 Intel LGA775 Photos

Nice, can't wait to see how it goes.
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Nice eva!

Would you be able to include a brief comparison with the Striker when you write up the review? =)
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ohh eva u are one lucky bastard! cant wait to see the results
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Re: DFI ICFX3200-T2R/G ATI RD600 Intel LGA775 Photos

Nice xmas pressie, if I see santa I will be asking ware is mine

Only two SATA leads is a bit tight
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