GIGABYTE-GA-P35-DS3R Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 Scythe Infinity HSF 2x1GB Crucial Ballastix DDR2-800 (PC2-6400) - MicronD9GMH eVGA 8800GTS 320MB Superclocked Western Digital Caviar 250GB 7200RPM SATA Sony CD/DVD IDE Combo Drive CorsairHX 520W Some Pictures *Not Actually Mine* E6750 Batch # L726A845 P35-DS3R Rev 1.0 - F6 BIOS SETTINGS http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=249515 ORTHOS Everest BETA reads G0 temps more accurately. http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Info/EVEREST-Ultimate-Edition.shtml Lazy software coding for X7 multiplier. Windows detects 3.88 GHz and even 3DMark detects 3.88 GHz. VDroop is still a problem on the P35-DS3R. 1.392V Idle and 1.360V Load. 0.033 VDroop Idle and 0.065 VDroop Load. However since this is all with software I probably should whip out a multimeter and find actual VDroop. Around 2.1 VDimm however it's still reading from software. Everest Memory Benchmarks SuperPi Mod 32M - 15m 03.000s SuperPi Mod 1M - 14.875s CPU + GPU Benchmarks GPU Settings 610/950 (1,900)/1,580 Shader - Forceware Overclock Settings. GPU is stable. My A2 Revision doesn't clock so well. Actual readings are 612/945 (1,890)/1,566 Shader. Aquamark 3 - 186,276 3DMark 05 - 19,044 3DMark06 - 11,228 Conclusions My RAM seems average MicronD9GMH as it clocks around 490 Mhz 4-4-4 @ 2.2V I by no means have a monster overclock. I think I have a perfect 24/7 overclock though. For those interested in my max CPU-Z Valid. http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=248682 Suicide of course. I am really pleased with the P35-DS3R Motherboard from GIGABYTE and the FSB I am able to achieve. I haven't tried over 500fsb but I might. 500fsb seemed no problem for this board. Being an ASUS fan I am quite surprised with this board. The only real complaints I have is the VDroop and in PC Health voltages only say "OK" or "FAIL" with no actual reading. I would recommend this board to anyone looking for a solid overclocking P35 board that won't break the bank. Should be perfect for a new Quad/C2D. It can be had at $129.99 @ newegg.com http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128050 I hope GIGABYTE keeps getting better!