Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. If that’s the case the DPBZ is still only a decent choice, there are much cheaper alternatives from the Taiwanese manufacturers that have proven to be quite reliable at stock speeds. I’m thinking about getting a board instead. Unfortunately the onboard features are nothing to write home about either. This isn’t in the least surprising as Intel has been very conservative about what BIOS options they let users tweak since they started making enthusiast desktop motherboards last fall. The other memory option you’re allowed to adjust is memory frequency.

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Enabling RAID in the BIOS for Intel® Desktop Boards

However there are enthusiasts out there that are willing to fork over significant cash for a motherboard that does not center on overclocking or overvolting as long as it promises stability. The first set of memory features you can tweak are the actual memory timings.

Mushkin calls this board problematic and attributes the memory problems to forced implementation 875;bz PAT that is not normally present in There are two features Intel lets you tweak, both of them memory related.

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I’m thinking about getting a board instead. Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment.

However, you do not buy an Intel motherboard for overclocking, you buy an Intel motherboard for reliability and support. I may try getting it replaced by NewEgg but I don’t suppose it’ll help. Now it won’t run more than an hour without BSOD.

Enabling RAID in the BIOS for Intel® Desktop Boards

I’ve played with memory settings for weeks, timings and voltages as well, reinstalled XPPro several times, updated BIOS, got all newest drivers and run out of ideas Other memory modules weren’t able to operate quite as low as the two previously mentioned modules, rald that’s not the fault of the DPBZ of course.

Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. In the begining it like once a week maybe. Log in Don’t have an account? This isn’t in the least surprising as Intel has been very conservative about gaid BIOS options they let users tweak since they started making enthusiast desktop motherboards last fall.

Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board DPBZ

I wasn’t concerned, bad driver I thought. I have no PCI cards in this box.

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inteo The DPBZ’s memory options are pretty good actually, not much worse than some of the average P motherboards out there. Overclocking is not something that Intel is keen on including with any of their enthusiast desktop motherboards anytime soon.

Over the past few months it worsened.

Unfortunately the onboard features are nothing to write home about either. Their ratio equivalents would be 3: If that’s the case the DPBZ is still only a decent choice, there are much cheaper alternatives from the Taiwanese manufacturers that have proven to be quite reliable at stock speeds.

The other memory option you’re allowed to adjust is memory frequency. Obviously the negative aspects of the DPBZ from an enthusiast’s perspective center on the lack of significant overclocking potential and voltage adjustments.