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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    Chike,
    Unless I am mistaken PCIEx1 tops out at 100MB/s. I should be able to pickup a Gigabyte Technology GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard
    for under $100.00 on eBay. should I go for it?
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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    PCI-E 2.0 500MB/s per lane.

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    Chike,
    Right, I was thinking of the clock speed (100MHz) but the PDIe1x is limited to 250MB/s. That's why I wanted slot with faster than PCI 1x so I could use a raid card that handles SATA III @ 6 G/s (one with it's own processor and buffer memory.)
    From Wikipedia;
    "PCI Express 1.0a In 2003, PCI-SIG introduced PCIe 1.0a, with a data rate of 250 MB/s and a transfer rate of 2.5 GT/s.

    PCI Express 1.1 In 2005, PCI-SIG introduced PCIe 1.1. This updated specification includes clarifications and several improvements, but is fully compatible with PCI Express 1.0a. No changes were made to the data rate."
    Thank you for the reply.
    Do you think the EP45-UD3P would be good choice? Any thoughts before I "pull the trigger" and try to buy one?
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    The ICH10 is PCI-E 2.0 comlient, 500MB/s
    Quote Originally Posted by Intel®
    It's a good board but will be used and probably no warrenty, tough decision :)

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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    Chike,
    Do you happen know the difference between the Gigabyte Technology GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard and the UD3R?

    One better than the other?
    BD
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    Just by the look you can tell the UD3P has 2 PCI-E x16 slots, the seconds run at x8.
    Some other differences maybe.
    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 775 - GA-EP45-UD3R (rev. 1.1)
    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 775 - GA-EP45-UD3P (rev. 1.6)

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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    Chike,
    Found that the "P" has " Support for smart TPM" and the "R" does not. Do you know what TPM is? Also P has a 16 bit bios and R has an 8 bit bios.
    Ah, I found it, I think it means "Total Password Management." Evidently the P is the final version and the R is the first version.
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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    TPM = Trusted Platform Module

    GIGABYTE's Ultra TPM Explained can be found at the Gigabyte website's "Geeks Column of the Week". The EP45-UD3P mobo user manual has an explanation on page 81:
    GIGABYTE's unique Smart TPM (Trusted Platform Module) supports the industry's most advanced hardware-based data encryption. Smart TPM provides users with an easy-to-use software interface to create a portable user key and save it on a bluetooth cell phone or USB flash drive. Users can open/close their PSD files by simply connecting to the bluetooth cell phone or plugging in the USB flash drive, without the hassles of complicated configurations. In addition, users can create a key for more than one bluetooth cell phone/USB flash drive, so when they lost a key they still can access data using other bluetooth cell phone(s)/USB flash drives(s).
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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    With two pci-e slots occupied, the rev 1.0 mobo's pci-e_1 (16X) slot will operate at "up to 8X speeds".
    Probably the same with the newer revision boards. Check each mobo user manual's Product Specifications to be sure.
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    Seasonic SS-660XP2 80 Plus Platinum psu (660w)
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    Default Re: Overclocking a Intel Q9300 on a GA-P43-ES3G (rev1.4) and memory speed problem

    profJim,
    Thank you for the information. So the board is "Bluetooth aware." Just wondering if it would automatically connect to say a BT keyboard and/or mouse? Just wondering.
    BD
    BTW: Still LOVE your signature!! How is the ZM-MFC2 controller, watt meter & temp probes? I like the concept of being able to watch your power use. How does it do that?
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