Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Affordable AM3 Board For Phenom X6 1050t ?

Cheap and Affordable Motherboard AM3 from Gigabyte is an ideal choice for money savers and even also gamers, it model name is GIGABYTE 880GMA-UD2H, difference arises in USB sata 3, this boards comes with a USB sata 2.0.

Its really a ideal choice  to buy and affordable comes up with Rs 4,500  in  India.
Up to 16GB of DDR3 memory can be used, but only up to a maximum of 1800 MHz access speed can be used when overclocked. A PCI-E x16 slot and a second PCI-E x16 running at x4 support ATI Hybrid CrossFireX technology, allowing the use of multiple video cards for graphics support as long as those cards fit in a Micro ATX case.

GIGABYTE 880GMA-UD2H Overclocked
Overclocking greatly varies due to what hardware is being used and who is doing the overclocking. Always remember that no two pieces of hardware will perform the same, so our results will differ from what you might be able to get.
With stock BIOS settings, the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T processor runs with a 200MHz bus speed (base clock) and an x14.0 multiplier that is used to reach the final core clock of 2.8GHz when all the cores are at full load.

When manually setting the overclock on the GIGABYTE 880GMA-UD2H we were UNable to get past that 4GHz barrier. I was able to boot into Windows at 3.94GHz at 1.5Vcore, though if I tried to do any work on the CPU it would crash. The final overclock that I was happy with and was stable was 3.863GHz using a FSB of 276MHz and 1.475Vcore.

Firing up 3DMark Vantage, we can see that we improved our overall 3DMark Vantage Scores by nearly 2000 points! Much more impressive is the nearly 5000 point boost in the CPU Score! Not bad for the short time I have had this board. With cooling on the power circuitry we could probably break that 4GHz barrier!

So guys  this board is a ideal choice for TRULY Unleashing the power of Six Core CPU.

Thanks For Reading And Happy Overclocking.

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