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Gigabyte P55-UD6 overclocking with Core i5 750

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by sno.lcn, Sep 8, 2009.

  1. sno.lcn

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    I'd like to thank Gigabyte for sending me this board for testing.




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    Setup for the following screenshots:

    Core i5 750
    Gigabyte P55-UD6
    2x1gb Corsair TR3XG1600C8D
    HD 3450
    Corsair HX620w
    WD Raptor 36gb.
    Ultra 120 original.



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    Yea im ready to see what this board will do also.
     
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    i like UD6 :), nice board.
     
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    I wondered who'd be the first.
     
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    Had this board and CPU since Friday iirc. Just been waiting for nda to end, and some other parts to arrive :)
     
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    Why does this board have 6 ddr3 slots? Iirc 1156 was only duel channel memory.
     
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    Good question.

    It is only dual channel, but if you have 6 sticks, apparently you can run all 6 in dual channel mode. That way you can still use a bunch of ram, just like an x58 system :)
     
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    Yep, it lets you run 12 GB with 2 GB sticks (much cheaper than 3 GB or larger sticks).
     
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    nice. I'll be getting my i5 tonight! :D

    now i just need a board. I'm just busy today or else I would be collecting the board today. :D

    it's still dual channel.

    unlike the UD3 / UD4 where you have 2 DIMM per channel, the UD6 has 3 DIMM per channel.
     
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    I wait to see what she can do.
     
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    I did some air testing and updated the second post. Overclocking on this board is effortless, though I am limited by my RAM. I'm ordering some new sticks tonight :)
     
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    What ram are you looking at? still 4.3ghz on it isn't bad at the volts..

    Looking good.

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    Glad that your here showing it off.
     
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    I'm thinking of grabbing some 2000mhz G.Skill ripjaws, but I kinda want the black 2000mhz Mushkins.


    I should be able to go a tad lower on the vcore I think :toast:
     
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    Excellent Everest Memory bench! Very nice.
     
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    Both are really good sets... Me, i'm a G.skill lover.. But the Mushkins are, from word of mouth, a great set to come out.. Even their 1600mhz set up
     
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    nice OC !
     
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    I ordered the PC16000 Ripjaws last night, they'll be here Tuesday since Newegg doesn't ship on Saturdays :toast:








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    System configuration for the following tests:

    Core i5 750 @ 3200mhz
    Gigabyte P55-UD6
    2x1gb Corsair Dominator PC12800 @ 1600mhz, 7-7-7-18
    EVGA GTX 260 216sp @ 700/1506/1120
    Corsair HD620w
    Ultra 120 Original.
    WD Raptor 36gb


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    System configuration for the following tests:

    Core i5 750 @ 4000mhz
    Gigabyte P55-UD6
    2x1gb Corsair Dominator PC12800 @ 1600mhz, 7-7-7-18
    EVGA GTX 260 216sp @ 750/1500/1140
    Corsair HD620w
    Ultra 120 Original.
    WD Raptor 36gb


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    damn.. these benches are really making me sell my 955 and go with another intel set... Can't wait to see how the Gskills do in this system... when just that little oc to 3.2ghz gives you a 13s 1m pI... Even on those sticks!

    Very nice benches man, and love the look of the set up. :toast:
     
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    Looks like i5 loves GPUs. Impressive scores.
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    24 phases of power sounds crazy. :D

    Maby it's the MB pumping up your GPU.


    Hope your PSU is up for this mission. I want to see you go 5GHZ. :rockout:
     
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    cooooool !!
     
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    Core i5 750 @ 4100mhz
    Gigabyte P55-UD6
    2x2gb G.Skill Ripjaws PC16000 @ 2040mhz, 8-9-8-20 1T
    EVGA GTX 260 216sp @ 750/1520/1140
    Corsair HD620w
    Ultra 120 Original
    WD Raptor 36gb



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