OCing possible with Intel D865GBF?

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OCing possible with Intel D865GBF?

Postby AmEv » Tue Nov 16, 2010 5:54 pm

As if 3GHz wasn't fast enough. :roll:


This is the info from Intel's program for the board.
I N T E L (R) A C T I V E M O N I T O R

System Information Report
11/16/2010 6:39:49 PM

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General Information
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Product name Intel(R) Desktop Board D865GBF based system
Board model Genuine Intel(R) D865GBF system board
OS version Windows* XP version 5.1 Service Pack 2 build 2600
OS memory 1,047,272 KB RAM

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Processor
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Processor Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz
Bus speed 800 MHz
L1 cache Data Cache 8KB, Execution Trace Cache 12K Micro-ops
L2 cache Advanced Transfer Cache 512 KB
Form factor Socket 478
Stepping 9

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System
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Physical memory 1,024 MB RAM
Memory speed DDR266
Memory type DDR, Synchronous
Form factor DIMM
BIOS date 08/04/2005
BIOS size 512 KB
BIOS version P25 (BF86510A.86A.0077.P25.0508040031)

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Sensors
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Sensor Name Processor Fan
Current Value 2313
Upper Threshold not applicable
Lower Threshold not applicable

Sensor Name System Fan 1
Current Value 0
Upper Threshold not applicable
Lower Threshold not applicable

Sensor Name System Fan 2
Current Value 0
Upper Threshold not applicable
Lower Threshold not applicable

Sensor Name Processor Zone
Current Value 44
Upper Threshold 70
Lower Threshold not applicable

Sensor Name System Zone 1
Current Value 26
Upper Threshold 65
Lower Threshold not applicable

Sensor Name System Zone 2
Current Value 33
Upper Threshold 65
Lower Threshold not applicable

Sensor Name +12 V
Nominal Value 12.000
Current Value 11.938
Upper Threshold 13.200
Lower Threshold 10.800

Sensor Name +5 V
Nominal Value 5.000
Current Value 5.026
Upper Threshold 6.000
Lower Threshold 4.000

Sensor Name +3.3 V
Nominal Value 3.300
Current Value 3.283
Upper Threshold 4.300
Lower Threshold 2.300

Sensor Name CPU Core (+1.48 V)
Nominal Value 1.475
Current Value 1.412
Upper Threshold 2.275
Lower Threshold 0.675

Sensor Name CPU I/O (+1.5 V)
Nominal Value 1.500
Current Value 1.471
Upper Threshold 2.300
Lower Threshold 0.700


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End of Report
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Got RAM in dual-channel mode. Not sure of the brands, but they seem to talk to one another. 4*256MB, 2 of which are PC2100, 2 are PC2700.
300W PSU.

If there's anything else you need to know, tell me.
I'm gonna get my new hardware. And my worklog here.
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Postby evasive » Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:32 am

Use only DDR400 (PC-3200) memory sticks and you will see more speed already.

This board's bios does not allow overclocking.

http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/hi ... ds/d865gbf
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Postby AmEv » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:18 am

Hmmm.

TBH, I accidentally grabbed PC2100(DDR266), mixing them with PC2700(DDR333). Thought that 266=2700. :oops:
(at least they were free, and i can return them)

SOOooooo....

2x This
2x That
[33+18]*2+2(shipping)
So, that puts me at US$ :o 104

Most expensive upgrade yet.

unless I can get a mod sponsorship....
I'm gonna get my new hardware. And my worklog here.
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Postby evasive » Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:55 pm

going from 1GB to 3GB total will do that to your budget, yes. If you stay at 1GB it will be 2x18 +2 = $38...
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