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DFI mobo for OC Pentium 805D


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hi guys. i have foud a good mobo with integrated GMA950.
http://us.dfi.com.tw...TYPE=MB&SITE=NA
suppose it's the good choise for osx box.

some questions - did it support perntium D processors?
i wish to build a system for osx on pentium D805 to OC it some... =)
and asus p5ld2-vm or smthg from intel is not the best choise for OC.....
DFI mobo's is the perfect choise for oveclocking, but does it good for OSX ?
how it's compatible ?

comments are welcome.

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Are you talking about the 945G-TMGF?: http://us.dfi.com.tw...TYPE=MB&SITE=NA

If so it looks decent, but I can not tell what kind of audio chip it has, so that might be a small problem.

It has a Realtek RTL8110SB PCI Gigabit LAN controller, check the forums and HCL's to see if that is supported.

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yeah, this is that mobo
corrected my link.

i'm don't worry about audio - i have a usb audio
main question was about chips (seems to be ok - they are from intel)
and support of Pentium D processors. (in particular D805)

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I was looking at the manual for that DFI board and I do not think it has overclocking features.





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