GIGABYTE GA-965P-DQ6 REV. 2.0 DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||18.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
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GIGABYTE GA-965P-DQ6 REV. 2.0 DRIVER
It was intended to be the mid-range chipset under the X chipset.
While this may have been the intention, it wasn't how it ended up. This board had it all - great overclocking, plenty of features onboard as well as a great look and feel.
Gigabyte did have a few issues with this board in terms of stability, a few samples refused to work properly, this produced a 2. Less than a decade ago it was quite the task to locate a good overclocking motherboard capable of squeezing every little bit out of a processor. GIGABYTE GA-965P-DQ6 rev. 2.0
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During this period, big time motherboard manufacturer Gigabyte was probably the last GIGABYTE GA-965P-DQ6 rev. 2.0 you would think about for tweaking and overclocking capabilities as they avoided offering any kind of support in this aspect. Back then Abit was a big advocate of overclocking and this is how the company quickly built a strong reputation for itself; others were to follow. Since the late 90s much of this has changed and overclocking has become a much more mainstream resource.
Gigabyte who used to be one of the most anti-overclocking manufacturers, now develops some of the best overclocking boards out there. Granted, early releases of the P-DS3 had their fair share of bugs but Gigabyte appears to have ironed the majority of them out. I RMDed revision 3.
Stability is still a problem. It's wierd because this 3rd board has a LAN issue, as did the 2nd board may just be coincidence since LAN on 1st board worked perfectly. I just seem to be unable to get this system stable, after almost a year of trying and several months GIGABYTE GA-965P-DQ6 rev. 2.0 down time.
Apparently others have had the same problems with this MB, as it seems to be very temperamental with higher voltage memory. I want to make sure I won't have more problems trying to use this memory with my new MB.
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The GIGABYTE P-DQ6 (rev) is a high performance platform that delivers a skillfully designed tuning facility to power users and hardcore gamers. how can you tell the difference? i am buying one today from the local shop but am not sure how to tell the difference between the revs?