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  • DFI LanParty P35 Motherboard Review
  • DFI LanParty P35 Motherboard Review


    Benchmarks – Overclocked

    As with all of our reviews we pit the default speed system against the overclocked one in a head to head byte match. The results of this can be seen below. The effective overclock here is 3.43Ghz with a FSB overclock of 1960Mhz (or 490Mhz x 4). This is quite impressive and shows the strength of the DFI bios and motherboard. The system would boot and run at 510Mhz FSB but wouldn't run any benchmarks without crashing. We still had a lot of voltage to play with, however opted for the higher CPU overclock than resorting to something in the 3Ghz range, provided everything could be stabilized.
    SiSoft Sandra Various Overclocks
    Quake 4
    Overclocking Conclusion
    We must say overclocking on the LanParty UT P35 is not only extremely easy but the results really speak for themselves. The amazing thing with this overclock is the Sandra Memory scores that almost hit 8000MB/s!!. Keep in mind we attained these overlocks using a custom watercooler to keep temperatures under control but could have been limited by the onboard heatpipe cooler.

    Overclocking depends largely on the available hardware and cooling solutions so depending on your setup the resulting overclock can, and will likely vary.