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P6TD Deluxe boards

Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by Simon D, 26 Sep 2009.

  1. Simon D

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    In Feb 09 Intel revised their X58 chipset SLGBT (B2) to SLGMX (B3) stepping with initial chip production April 09.

    I am trying to find out if the new P6TD Deluxe boards have the new X58 B3 stepping?

    If someone could please use CPUID CPU-Z to check for me you can find the information under the mainboard tab screen chipset revision B2 will show 12 (really 1.2). B3 should be 13 (1.3).

    thanks

    Simon
     
  2. Combat Fighter

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    I'd like to know this too as I'm thinking of getting this board. :)
     
  3. Simon D

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    I posted on the ASUS forum as well to see if I can get a reply from someone that owns the board

    It would seem that ASUS has released two revision 1.00g and 1.02g someone is trying to find out differences between them. His board 1.00g does not have the floppy interface.
     
    Last edited: 27 Sep 2009
  4. Combat Fighter

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    Cool, I will be interested in finding out, although I think I will just end up getting this board as I think it looks a good bit of kit. I just fancy a change from Gigabyte.
     
  5. setter

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    I received my asus p6t deluxe v2 from ocuk a few weeks ago, chipst revision is listed as 12, cant really see any other difference in the new p6td over the older boards.
     
  6. Simon D

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  7. Simon D

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    What Gigabyte board are you using at present, is that S775 or i7 920?
     
  8. Typhoon

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    What are ne benifits of the B3 stepping chipset?
     
  9. Simon D

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    Last edited: 28 Sep 2009
  10. Simon D

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    Has anyone order this board from here yet?
     
  11. Gzero

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    Looking at that list, apart from a few recovery things, it doesn't seem like a drastic revision that the average overclocker would worry about.