Re: Why does CPU mag (Feb. 2009) rate the P6T motherboard much lower than the Rampage II Extreme?
- From: "Ian D" <taurus@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2009 11:15:53 -0500
That is why I bought the P6T myself. i7 920 @ 3.6Ghz, 3X 2gb Corsair XMS
in triple channel with Vista Ultimate 64. It was the easiest build I can
remember doing. From the boxes to finishing updating Vista it was about an
8hr build taking my time. Everything just worked. If you get one, make
sure to update the bios right away to help with a few memory issues. You
can do that even before installing the OS with a thumb drive through the
What heatsink are you using to OC the 920 to 3.6GHz? Also,
what are the memory issues? I'm using 3x 2GB OCZ Platinum
1333MHz, at 1333MHz and 7-7-7-20 timings, on the original P6T
Dlx BIOS with no issues, running Vista Ultimate 64. This board
is definiitely designed for 64 bit Vista. There's no memory remap
required for 64 bit. The 32 bit vs 64 bit memory map switch
automatically adjusts to the OS.
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