Asus P5B-E Plus socket 775 Motherboard p965

Overclocking

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Author: Matthew Kemp (kempez)
Product Acquired: Asus

Overclocking

Overclocking was performed through the BIOS, as all good 24/7 overclocking should be done. The P5B-E has excellent overclocking options in a very good solid BIOS so I was expecting good things!


Low Voltage Overclocking

I set an upper limit of 1.325v for the CPU and clocked the CPU as high as I could whilst maintaining a 3 hour Orthos (dual prime95) stable overclock.


asus p5b-e plus

asus p5b-e plus

3400MHz is pretty nice for a low-volts OC and matches the Abit AW9D max.


Overclocking - Highest Possible Stable on Air

For this test I stopped when I got concerned that the temperature rose too high. This overclock was performed on air using a Scythe Infinity. I stopped when the CPU started getting around 65-70°C. For this overclock I had to use 1.65v which is not always to be recommended for those who are faint of heart!

asus p5b-e plus

asus p5b-e plus 3800

Again a nice overclock from the Asus board at high volts. I feel I could have gone higher but for the cooler. Funnily enough the highest I could get the board stable on air turned out to be the highest I could get the board into windows at all.


Max FSB

Once again the P5B-E plus displayed some strange results when overclocking. The highest FSB I achieved with the board was stable in a windows environment, but the board would not boot 1Mhz over 500FSB.

asus p5b-e plus 500MHz FSB

asus p5b-e plus

So there you go, some great overclocking results to be had from the Asus P5B-E plus.

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Most Recent Comments

28-12-2006, 06:52:12

FarFarAway
Let's see how the P5B Deluxe's little brother got on then shall we?

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28-12-2006, 08:45:01

FragTek
I think the page 5 32million Super Pi test graph is wrong? 19 sec 32mil test??

Edit: Looks like a sweet arse board!Quote

28-12-2006, 08:46:11

FarFarAway
Bah ye tis in Minutes

Frag u @ home?Quote
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