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    Firing Squad article on Asus P4P800

    Good article if you're looking at Springdale chipsets.

    Very happy with mine. Dave's World and I both built new home rigs last week with these boards...as has been my experience with Asus boards...not a single hiccup with either of us.

    http://firingsquad.gamers.com/hardwa...ew/default.asp
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    I want to see some benches from both of you


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    And while the original P4P800 Deluxe BIOS was limited to just 1.7V for CPU core voltage adjustment, the latest 1006 release offers settings up to a whopping 1.95V in 0.025V increments
    WHOA...nice increase there

    I wished there was a comprehensive all-in-one review done of the 'top guns' of performance...that was a good review but did not include any mentions of top AMD systems and how they compare to one another.

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    I'm just waiting for the prices to come down a little and then I'm there!

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    I dont think allowing more CPU voltage is good, due to the SDS the northwoods face. If they go past 1.7, or are at 1.7, they will die.
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