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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    CPU 500X7=>3500Mhz,BIOS:1.53V
    DRAM DDRII 1111 CL4 4-4-9 2T,BIOS:2.20V
    8800GTX Default
    3DMARK2005



    Super PI 32M


    CPU 511X7=>3575Mhz
    DDRII 1200 CL4 4-4-9 2T BIOS:2.37V
    Super PI 1M


    ATI RD600 running the PI this program is slower with other chip but running
    other test program is same with other chips.
    Other performance and over clock test still not finished yet. Windwithme will
    go out two days for idea of ideal. The final test will publish on next week. Thanks for your support.

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    Does the NB get really hot? it could sure use some active cooling

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    I was gonna say that those PI scores were not good at all for those clocks. I sure hope this board works well for DFI. They have not had much success at all lately. Great work as usual.

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    Pictures of board’s detail.






    The lab test system details
    CPU: INTEL Core 2 Extreme X6800
    MB: DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G
    DRAM:CORSAIR Dominator TWIN2X2048-8888C4DF
    VGA:Nvidia 8800GTX
    HD:Seagate 7200.10 320GB
    POWER:Corsair HX620W Modular Power Supply
    Cooler:TT Sonic Tower

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    Used X6800 series multiplier crack, can keep the processor uprise even
    after x11.


    8800GTX the default 576/900 MHz
    3DMark2003
    In an environment likes 680i, it runs 10% lower


    3DMark2005
    In an environment likes 680i, RD600 runs almost the same to it.


    3DMark2006
    In an environment likes 680i, RD600 runs almost the same to it.


    About the 3D rendering, RD600’s performance is quite good. It equipped with
    the highest model of NVIDIA~8800GTX. Only 3DMark2003 was performed so-
    so. The result of other 2 like: 05/ 06, were the same to NVIDIA’s 680i. Hope
    that NVIDIA has a better driver of 8800GTX for RD600 to improve the
    performance in 3DMark03.

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    FSB part:
    Not long ago, the highest FSB of Intel platform that I tested is
    ASUS P5B-Deluxe
    My first X6800, which tested with P5B-Deluxe, was worked steady
    at highest FSB497. But the result of DFI’s RD600, worked steady at FSB520.


    My second CPU, E6300 gained highest FSB470 and worked steady
    (no matter how high the voltage I increase).
    The highest FSB of RD600 is 485. This’s worked steady too.
    (the same E6300, also no matter how hard I increase the voltage,
    it just can’t push the FSB a little higher.
    I think it must about the physical limitation of CPU itself)

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    At last, the DDRII settings of RD600 are totally free for user to adjust.
    Not necessary to accord with the FSB ratio.
    CPU:500X7=>3500Mhz
    DRAM: DDRII 1200 CL4 4-4-9 2T
    (rest of some minor parameters are so tight)
    2.35V, a single Super PI 32M finished


    2.38V double Super PI 32M finished


    Although, I’m not test this board very detail.
    But I’d like to make a initial comments of 1st part test.
    DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G
    Merits
    1.BIOS options and settings are various and comprehensive
    2.Built-in total 8 x SATAII ports and the 3rd PCIe~ physics card,
    expansibility is really high
    3.The performance of FSB is excellent; almost can compares to Intel’s chipset.
    4.Memory adopts an “open-structure” for users to tweak.
    You can tweak how fast you want the DDRII to be.
    Not limited by CPU FSB ratio anymore.
    5.The board adopts some good features like: 6-phrase digital PWM,
    Dual gigabit LAN, Debug light and on board power/ reset buttons.
    Rich features!

    Things need to be improved:
    1.Price of RD600 is as high as 680i, hope there will be a new cheaper version
    that built without Promise RAID chip.
    2.If the in-box bundles and package can be improve next time, it’ll be great.
    3.The north bridge and areas around should have a better cooling solution,
    especially when FSB overclocked more than 500.
    4.The BIOS sometimes show a incorrect clocking, when FSB is overclocked.

    Although, RD600 is the last chipset that ATI designs for Intel platform.
    But DFI still tried their best to make it perfect as a LANParty series product.
    A highest FSB and the high “tweak-ability” of memory settings are the
    biggest merit of the board’s itself. Moreover, some of the setting and
    performance are even better than 965/ 975 and 680i chipset.
    If some minors issue that I mentioned about can be improved, I think
    LANParty ICFX3200-T2R is the best choice of all Intel platforms.
    windwithme will test two in-coming products:
    Performance and Overclock
    7900GSPhoenix version


    The mid-range motherboards of Intel’s platform
    MSI P6N SLI Platinum

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    Default Re: ATI RD600 Chipset-DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G First Look

    Always good posts (mainly pic's though they don't need to be so big/large either) but I believe that you, windwithme, should either use a better language translator program/site or better yet get a friend with a good understanding of both your's and our language so that we can more easily understand some of your more finer points (and some not so fine).

    Sorry but I believe that this post may be of actual help for you.

    Keep up the good work but please polish up the understanding. ;)

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