DRIVERS FOR MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700
MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 DRIVER DETAILS:
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MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 DRIVER
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Despite a MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 positive initial impression when we started — with core unlocking present and plenty of extra MHz achieved — an actual stable overclock was never achieved, hence the final result. Dropping the Black Edition back to its standard tri-core configuration meant the MSI would overclock a little further, but we were still limited to just barely over 3GHz. We literally spent hours and hours fiddling with different combinations of multiplier only, multiplier and HTT, and different voltages with no effect.
The memory was run at 1,MHz since it would not accept 1,MHz at the higher multiplier. The voltages were 1.
By this point we had also given up trying to tweak the memory timings, not wanting to risk yet more instability, so the end overclock was left at an SPD T. To make things worse, we also found the IGP overclocking to not take whatever we tried, so we left it at a default MHz. MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700
Under the Cell Menu, where all the fun overclocking stuff resides, we have find all features here that mirror MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 high performance boards. All frequency changes are catered for: The disadvantage however is that the voltages cannot be keyed in directly, so it takes time to scroll through — especially for CPU related voltages. In addition, the HT and NB G voltages are tied together directly, so increasing one does the other.
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While we respect in a budget build two monitors are unlikely, and a HTPC will only want to use the HDMI out, MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 stops more elaborate multiple monitor builds, or business environments where it greatly increases productivity. Aside from this there are a few core enhancements: Again, this is something those invested in hardcore home theatres will benefit from, especially if you're into buying Blu-rays, but for anyone not investing in high end kit and HD media to really take advantage of it, it does not afford significant change.
We've never tried ATI Stream support on G, or, much of MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 else for that matter because the software has always been few and far between. Respectively, this is still some way off what Nvidia offers with CUDAbut we still object to fundamentally closed systems, limiting software choice, and will always encourage cross platform OpenCL support.
All in all, AMD's G is a successful evolution, but we can't help but feel we've MSI 785G-E65 ATI SB700 left a little short changed. There's no more core graphics performance, and AM3 support is arbitrary at best - there isn't even dual digital output included still. CPU.
• Support AMD Phenom II/AthlonII /Phenom with AM3 package. Please refer to CPU Support for compatible CPU; the above description is.
CPU. • 64bit AMD Phenom II CPU. Please refer to CPU Support for compatible CPU; the above description is for reference only.