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  1. #1
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    Is the LanParty board any faster than the Infinity for OCing?

    I want to build a system for overclocking an Opty 175 s939, I don't care about gaming or SLI and will use only one video card. I like the looks and features of the Infinity model, but I am curious, does it OC any better or worse than the LanParty model?
    THANKS for the advice!
    amptek@a-znet.com

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    Re: Is the LanParty board any faster than the Infinity for OCing?

    Infinity is a good MB but most OCers will confirm the Lanparty is a better board

    It's not a good idea to post your email on an open forum

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    Re: Is the LanParty board any faster than the Infinity for OCing?

    Infinity and Lanparty are usually the same components. You will never get any two components that overclock the same. So it's all down to luck.

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    Re: Is the LanParty board any faster than the Infinity for OCing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rickikaye69 View Post
    Infinity and Lanparty are usually the same components. You will never get any two components that overclock the same. So it's all down to luck.
    While that was true in the socket A days it isn't since NF4 and on,you did get same basic components in NF2 days and could actually interchange biosis,not any more.

    You can't interchange biosis btw Infinity and Lanpart MB w/NF4 chipset,the Lanparty are better OCers

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    Re: Is the LanParty board any faster than the Infinity for OCing?

    I just got an Infinity RS482 and together with a Venice 3000+
    I was able to push it stable at 300 x9... not common for a
    "run of the mill" almost OEM Matx. There was a review that
    claimed 320 x 9, out in the box.

    So I guess, some luck and compatibility still plays a significant role.

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