HiPro over on xtremesystems has got his abit in9 aw32 up to 400 MHz with a retail qx6700.
The board is heavily modded. You need a gtl reference voltage mod which the 965's support but not the 680's.
I'm sure evga's solution will be a new board revision. But, they will offer free replacements for those that have an old one. (my prediction)
I know this is pretty much common knowledge by now, butevga is doing a board-swap for people with quad cores-I entered mine for an rma, so that I am able to upgrade to a quad in the future- not sure if they'll let me since I registered as having an e6400, but I would think that they'd have to offer it to everyone despite what they say. Unfortuneatly they are only cross shipping to the US, Canada and Europe must do a standard rma, but I have a feeling that this might not be written in stone- the quad overclocking results on ths RB board are quite favorable so far.
I just initiated my RMa for the new 680i revision (t1) - So I'll have a replacement for my perfectly good board just in time to install my watercooling on it unk: . I figured I'd swap because the new board clears up ps2 issues, and allegedly fixes the memory issues which I'm not experiencing now, but I worry I might if I upgrade. (and I hope to have a quad-core someday)
I hope there are no performance trade-offs for this fix.....
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