Monday, July 23rd 2007

672MHz FSB For DFI P35-T2R

Oskar-Wu a top DFI engineer by pushing the P35-T2R managed to reach the incredible number of 660MHz FSB thus scoring an impressive 12.719s in SuperPi 1M. A while later AndreYang managed to push the board even more and reached an even greater FSB speed namely 672.5MHz. The DFI P35-T2R specs indicate that it can easily reach above 600MHz FSB even with stock cooling.


Source: CPUz
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19 Comments on 672MHz FSB For DFI P35-T2R

#1
RickyG512
GAD DAMMM !!!!!!!!!!!!

2700mhz bus speed too, dammmmmmm dat is too fastm DFi is the best eva
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nflesher87
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by: RickyG512
GAD DAMMM !!!!!!!!!!!!

2700mhz bus speed too, dammmmmmm dat is too fastm DFi is the best eva
riiiiggghhhtt... :rolleyes:
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
thats umm well pretty nice :roll: 700mhz by the end of the month?
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#4
Mediocre
too bad you have to buy a low multi cpu, or drop the multi to go that fast...LOL 9x660 - 5.940 GHz !!!
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#5
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
i thought the p35 chipset already had a fsb of 1333mhz. im confused.
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#6
nflesher87
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by: Easy Rhino
i thought the p35 chipset already had a fsb of 1333mhz. im confused.
I believe intel cpu's are "quad-pumped" therefore 1333/4= 333mhz fsb :) so they basically doubled the fsb lol
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#7
Chewy
Our member Tigger got 570fsb on his asus p5b deluxe with stock volts:P maybe this should be the mobo my friend should buy, though its not to newbie friendly Im sure.
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Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: nflesher87
I believe intel cpu's are "quad-pumped" therefore 1333/4= 333mhz fsb :) so they basically doubled the fsb lol
ddddddddddddddddddddaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmn those engineers!
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#9
kwchang007
DAMNNNNN that's fast. I guess it's the new 1333mhz chips that let them get this high. I think alot of the 1066 mhz chips have a fsb wall in the 500's.
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#10
Wile E
Power User
I'm willing to bet most of the off-the-shelf retail parts won't get near that. Oscar has the privilege of hand picking his boards.
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#11
Chewy
yeah very true Wile he works for them ofc hes going to do the best he can to show what the board "Can" do.

I dont thin if someone went out and bought one they would easily if at all reach this oc... still though they say it will do 600 which is nice.
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#12
HellasVagabond
Yeap, even 600mhz is nice....Though since they can go up to 660-670 it won't be hard to go to 620mhz :)
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#13
DrunkenMafia
Man thats fast... would love to get my hand on one of those....

Always been a fan of DFI. I bet that board is friggin pricey though.
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#14
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Thats all well and good but the PI score isnt all that great. the c2ds when they came out broke that barrier. also, like someone else said, it just sucks he had to do it with a 6x multi instead of like a 9x or 10x. That would have been bad ass. a 6ghz oc on that chip with a 10x multi.
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#15
breakfromyou
Why am I not surprised? lol

Another great board from DFI! woot!

now...worth $220? heck yes!
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#16
RickyG512
by: Chewy
Our member Tigger got 570fsb on his asus p5b deluxe with stock volts:P maybe this should be the mobo my friend should buy, though its not to newbie friendly Im sure.
no way ho zay my friend
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Wile E
Power User
by: RickyG512
no way ho zay my friend
To which part are you saying "no way"?
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#18
RickyG512
570 on that board with stock volts
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Wile E
Power User
by: RickyG512
570 on that board with stock volts
Just wondering. Only Tigger could answer to that.
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