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    MSI P55 GD65 overcloking

    hi
    Tell me does Msi motherboards are good for gaming ? i am looking for MSI P55 GD65 for gaming and also want to try some overclocking so tell me about this motherboard so after buy i dont want to regrade anything .
    thank you

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    Re: MSI P55 GD65 overcloking

    The features located on the MSI card GD65 are very complete for a map of this money, it has nothing to envy to the top model. Power button for a rapid start of the machine during the benchmarks, in addition to Over Clock Engineering with two buttons More and Less to modify on the fly BCLK. (+ Or - 1MHz, directly under Windows).

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    Re: MSI P55 GD65 overcloking

    The CB scheme Genie is there to facilitate the overclocking boost slightly the frequency of the processor and memory, all automatically. Ideal for connoisseurs least unwilling to tweak in the bios. For the advanced overclocking, they will be delighted to learn that offers V-check points on this model, no need to spend hours looking place measures voltages. With the help of a voltmeter, you can check the CPU Vcore, CPU VVT, DDR voltage and the HCP much useful .The number of connectors FANS are just 4, where 2 of which are placed too near the CPU socket, it can be annoying if you have a massive CPU cooler.

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    Re: MSI P55 GD65 overcloking

    CB Engineering Intelligent overclocking is good feature with it Only once the computer is off, that you can press the magic button, it follows the activation of the settings in the first ignition. The parameters of the automatic overclocking does not last more than 5 seconds during the first boot is very fast. The OC Engineering is more than just overclocking BCLK, it is responsible for finding the best compromise on the CPU frequency, memory frequency, timings, but tensions! So, it is likely that for novice overclocker , may pass their way.

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    Re: MSI P55 GD65 overcloking

    First remark, the CB Engineering emphasizes rising BCLK rather than pure frequency of the processor. Thus, after enabling this option, you go from 133 X 20 (2660MHz) to 196 X 17 (3340MHz), which represents an increase of 700MHz, a gain of about 23%.

    But behind this lies automatic overclocking flexibility possible, because we could reach 3700MHz when overclocking via the bios with a lower voltage! We arrive at the second point is the tension, because for 3300MHz and 196MHz QPI of the processor to 1.42 V (VVT to 1.32 V) at the CB engineering.

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    Re: MSI P55 GD65 overcloking

    Through the same options (freq BCLK, Coef, memory ...) in the bios and it manually, and i found stable against 1.35 V to 1.42 V with the CB engineering. The memory settings are nothing special, it goes to 1200MHz (PC12800 kit for for 1.65 V), under timings 7.7.7.21 instead of 7.7.7.24. The CB Engineering increased the memory voltage from 1.65 V to 1.71 V, while the kit is a lower frequency of the original, a change that is required for proper operation.

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