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  • DFI LanPartyUT 915P-T12 Review
  • DFI LanPartyUT 915P-T12 Review


    Benchmarks - Overclocked

    As you saw in the BIOS section of this review DFI has designed the LanPartyUT-915P-T12 with overclocking in mind and it does overclock quite well indeed. The highest stable overclock was 260Mhz FSB when using DDR2 memory. This translated into a 900Mhz overclock with very little adjustments to the Vcore. Something interesting is that when the board was pushed to 265Mhz FSB it actually started making noise! The situation was a little worrisome so the system was backed down to 260Mhz for benchmarking.
    CPU-Z 260Mhz
    Like in previous reviews the overclocking section pits the overclocked system against the same system at default speeds. The scores are pretty straight forward and sporting some really good gains in processor speed. The benchmarks below are divided up into 3 parts. Default speed (DDR2), 240Mhz FSB (DDR2 memory set at DDR533), and 260Mhz FSB (DDR2 memory set at DDR400).
    SiSoft Sandra Various Overcloc
    Except for a little CPU speed funkiness @ 260Mhz (3.9Ghz) the benchmarks show us what the 915P can do. Just wait until we start watercooling this beast. happy smile