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xaglx
01-20-2007, 04:05 PM
So I just put together my new system.. and as I was installing my video card, it hit me that I had onboard video, and I thought to myself, 'wait, the ga-965(P)-ds3 mobo isn't supposed to have onboard video..,' and sure enough I check it and realize that it's a (G)-ds3 and not a (P). From what I read, this version isn't up for the overclocking needed to make the most of my e6300.

Should I sell it and save up for a different mobo? I got it on bargain for $100 and I'm confident I could sell it for the same price, but is the (G)-ds3 really that crippled? :knife:

Darthtanion
01-21-2007, 02:34 AM
Crippled? Not really, but it does lack some of the advanced overclocking features that are present on the 965P version boards.

wayout44
01-28-2007, 11:50 AM
Once video is added to the chipset the overclocking potential drops a lot which is why most manufacturers will not provide an overclocking BIOS for them and those that do don't get good returns.

AMDATHLONFX
01-29-2007, 12:02 AM
The best Gigabyte 965 board is the GA-965P-DQ6.I've always seen that all the greatest boards of all times don't have integrated graphics.965 series is no exception.965P is comparatively rich on features than the 965G boards.