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    Default Re: Limitation breakthrough?! The initial look of DFI LP UT P35-T2R

    DRAM Timing details

    Voltage related settings
    The CPU voltage can be separated into 2 sections:
    1st section is from 0.44375 to 1.6000V
    2nd section is 100.23~ 130.00%

    The range of DRAM: 1.710 to 3.040V

    PC health status

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    I found that the “copper bridge” over the CPU and PWM area is a sufficient
    way to dissipate heat form both of them. Hence, if the CPU cooler has a
    better dissipation,
    It’ll help to carry out heat from other chipsets. .On the contrary, if the
    Transpiper shows a better performance of heat dissipation, it also will help
    CPU to carry out apart of the heat. I think they help each other….

    The Transpiper can be extended to outside of the chassis. And let the PSU
    fan to carry out the heat from inside the chassis. I think if I put a 8 x 8cm
    fan onto south bridge part, the effect of heat conduction will be double.

    he cooler installed

    The copper bridge helps two parts to conduct heat.
    Of course the thermal paste is needed...

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    Test system detail
    CPU:INTEL Core 2 Duo E6850
    MB: DFI LP UT P35-T2R
    DRAM:CORSAIR Dominator TWIN2X2048-8888C4DF
    VGA:ELSA 860GT PH2 256B3 2DT RH
    HD:WD1600AAJS
    POWER:Corsair HX620W Modular Power Supply
    Cooler:Thermaltake V1

    At the previous part, I have already showed you the FSB test.
    It’s a pity I only have a Intel E6850 CPU, which is not that good in FSB tweaking.
    Generally speaking, most of P35 board in market might be stable at FSB500.
    But if the FSB overclock than 505 or above, that will made the system unable
    to boot up or can’t made the OS start up smoothly. DFI’s LP UT P35-T2R can
    get into OS stably under FSB522, more than that, it also can completely
    finished a Super PI 32M.
    Once I have a better CPU, I’ll update a extreme FSB OC review then.
    Actually, there was several very good review of FSB record around some HW sites.
    6th Aug. version BIOS has enhanced DRAM’s performance of this board.
    It particularly improves a lot when memory such like Corsair’s advanced “tall”
    PCB modules. First, you can try to make the “CLK fine delay” option into 6.
    (Notice: if you use this setting for “short” PCB DDRII modules, it may caused
    hanging or shut down) Somehow, different PCB modules needed different LCK
    fine delay settings, it has to spend so much time to find the answer.
    If you follow the golden ratio of 500/1200 in DDRII CL5 5-5-15, I found that,
    it only need 1.95V (BIOS default is 1.972V), 2 Super PI 32M can be done steady.

    Even though the Enhance Data transmitting/ addressing has been set to “Auto”, the bandwidth’s performance is still better than some others.

    For Intel chipset, It is really not easy to reach DDRII 1100~1200 under the
    setting of “CL4”. On the other hand, the system also took only 2.44V (BIOS
    default is 2.47V) to finish 2 Super PI 32M stably. Under same “golden ratio
    500/1200, DDRIICL4 4-4-9

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    The “bandwidth” looks great when memory under testing.

    This is a quite outstanding OC record of Intel platform.
    It finished the task under 1200 CL5 low voltage and 1200 CL4 settings.
    3DMark2003 test.

    DFI LP UT P35-T2R
    The merits:
    1)A good look and tasteful package design and related design
    2)100% Japanese solid capacitors, 3 slots of PCIe x 16, which supports
    CrossFire and physics rendering.
    3)A unique heat piper cooler, Transpiper. It is real sufficient for heat
    dissipation for inside or outside of the chassis.
    4)Rich BIOS options for OC and voltage, especially an enhancement for Intel
    chipset’s characteristic that forced to shutdown and decrease voltage.
    5)8 phases digital PWM and independent Bernstein audio module.
    6)Seems the best FSB OC for all P35 board in the market. DDRII performance
    is almost the same.

    Defects:
    1)It almost like a common failing that DFI’s LP board is apparently higher price
    in market. This model cost around USD$290.(I knew some area has priced
    USD$260)
    2)It should have a more detail but easy understanding install menu for
    Transpiper to let users to install it quickly.
    3)DFI P35 launched into market later than others manufacturer almost 2
    months (before, they almost release new products that later than others up
    to half year. It much better, but hope they can improve that after)

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    I heard a lot about X38 in this half year. Maybe most of mobo manufacturers
    will launch their X38 in 1 or 2 months. But, leading brands keep launching new
    P35 products. It proves how “charming” the P35 can be… Besides, X38 only
    born for DDR3, of course it has a better bandwidth for Crossfire. The spec.
    comparison between P35 and X38 is quite similar to 965 and 975.
    However, It is good to see that DFI did a good job with its LP P35. Obviously,
    they have some improvements on OC ability and product’s creativity.
    I agree this is a good choice when you want to have a try of P35 high-end motherboards.
    This is my brief introduction though.
    If I have found some thing further on audio or OC settings, I’ll update that to
    you guys. Thanks!!

    windwithme next test...which one do you want to see?!
    BIOSTAR TD35D3-A7 Deluxe


    MSI P35 Diamond



    DFI BLOOD-IRON(INFINITY P35)

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    Default Re: Limitation breakthrough?! The initial look of DFI LP UT P35-T2R

    ASUS P5K-Permium

    GIGABYTE P35-DS3P

    BENQ 241WZ

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    Default Re: Limitation breakthrough?! The initial look of DFI LP UT P35-T2R

    500/1200 CL5 5-5-9 1.85V
    2 Super PI 32M stably


    E6700 555Mhz
    2 Super PI 32M stably

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