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    Default From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    I'm planning to buy a ECS P45T-A motherboard for my E7300. I've been using this crap GA-G31M-ES2C, and can't go past 3.6GHz.

    Now the thing is can I exceed this 3.6GHz on that P45 board? And can any user explain the overclocking features of that board?

    And finally, will this upgrade be good? I will upgrade if you guys say so.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    It will not be a worthfull upgrade :S.This mobo has some very good features but not good for overclocking & overclocking in one of your main purpose.Check here .So my opinion is don't buy this mobo.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    lol I have this mobo and anything above 3.6GHz is unstab;e. BSODs, freezes etc. Get another board

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Other P45 boards are pricey! What about the Asus P43 which is available for 6K?

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Bro if you go from G31 to P43/45 how much more FPS you will gain if you consider gaming.Not so much I guess.So atfisrt buy a good gpu ^ ^ then think for mobo upgrade.
    Last edited by Arif69; January 5th, 2011 at 02:09.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Yea I'll of course buy the GPU at first; no upgrade before GPU. And thanks.
    Last edited by Dee; January 5th, 2011 at 02:18.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    I think it wont be a good upgrade at all.....also highest u can oc on these platform wid air coolers r 3.7GHz-4 GHz nd those wont bring much of a real life diffrence so bttr save sum money and move to Core i7/i5 platform wid a good GPU...also wid LN2 u cant get past 4.8 Ghz...

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Quote Originally Posted by The [email protected] View Post
    I think it wont be a good upgrade at all.....also highest u can oc on these platform wid air coolers r 3.7GHz-4 GHz nd those wont bring much of a real life diffrence so bttr save sum money and move to Core i7/i5 platform wid a good GPU...also wid LN2 u cant get past 4.8 Ghz...
    I'm not telling that I'll be using LN2 and that I'll go past 4.8GHz. :closedeyes: And I don't want any "real-life difference", just for benchmarking.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Wid the ECS board u can go highest 4 Ghz....so imo its not worth it..

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    See Dee, The [email protected] bro's so good that he still posts on your threads.. Learn a thing or two :mellow:

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Quote Originally Posted by The [email protected] View Post
    Wid the ECS board u can go highest 4 Ghz....so imo its not worth it..
    It will take a proc with a very high multi in order to hit 4GhZ wid the ECS P45, because high FSBs are not achievable with it. Even if u install a proc with a high multiplier on it, the chances of squeezing out 4GhZ from this board is very slim, because of the lack of good power management circuitry and inadequate cooling for the already poor power phases.
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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    It will take a proc with a very high multi in order to hit 4GhZ wid the ECS P45, because high FSBs are not achievable with it. Even if u install a proc with a high multiplier on it, the chances of squeezing out 4GhZ from this board is very slim, because of the lack of good power management circuitry and inadequate cooling for the already poor power phases.
    yup i read that in some review...also the heat-sinks for the NB/SB are too small for a high OC...its not a mobo built for OC...I think dee your bttr off with ur current board unless u wanna go cf/sli.....

    ---------- Post added at 03:04 ---------- Previous post was at 03:04 ----------

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    See Dee, The [email protected] bro's so good that he still posts on your threads.. Learn a thing or two :mellow:
    Bro why will i stop posting in his thread?

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    It will take a proc with a very high multi in order to hit 4GhZ wid the ECS P45, because high FSBs are not achievable with it. Even if u install a proc with a high multiplier on it, the chances of squeezing out 4GhZ from this board is very slim, because of the lack of good power management circuitry and inadequate cooling for the already poor power phases.
    Then it won't be a good upgrade. Okay, thanks.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Then it won't be a good upgrade. Okay, thanks.
    bro ki competition jetar plan korteso?

    jitle , jei mobo ta paba oita rekhe ekhon jeta kinba oita amare dio.
    @Hemlock , ecs p45 e amar c2q [email protected] ghz ta ki 3.0ghz o kora jabe na?

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

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    bro ki competition jetar plan korteso?

    jitle , jei mobo ta paba oita rekhe ekhon jeta kinba oita amare dio.
    @Hemlock , ecs p45 e amar c2q [email protected] ghz ta ki 3.0ghz o kora jabe na?
    Bhai oi competition e amar jayga nai. :S And you can oc your q6600 to 3.0ghz i guess.

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    Default Re: From Gigabyte G31 to ECS P45: Will it be a good upgrade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    bro ki competition jetar plan korteso?

    jitle , jei mobo ta paba oita rekhe ekhon jeta kinba oita amare dio.
    @Hemlock , ecs p45 e amar c2q [email protected] ghz ta ki 3.0ghz o kora jabe na?
    Parba but 3 Ghz e upore jaite parba naki i dout it...

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