Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0×16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board – Retail

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Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0x16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board - Retail

Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0×16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board – Retail

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  • Form Factor ATX
  • Memory Slot 4
  • Max Bus Speed 1333 MHz
  • Supported RAM Technology DDR3
  • Will only support 8GB of Ram, not 16GB

Marketing Description Welcome to the extreme performance platform brought to you by Intel Desktop Board DP45SG, supporting the Intel Core 2 Extreme processor with up to 1333 FSB. Built in the full size ATX, this board comes with dual PCIe 2.0 x16 graphics connectors, DDR-3 1333 support and overclocking capabilities. Intel Desktop Board DP45SG will take your gaming experience to a higher level.Intel Desktop Board DP45SG supports Dolby Home Theatre and is Microsoft Windows Vista Premium WHQL certified. Detail Specifications Form factor – ATX (11.60 inches by 9.60 inches 294.64 millimeters by 243.84 millimeters) Processor – Support for an Intel Core2 Extreme processor in an LGA775 socket – Support for an Intel Core2 Quad processor in an LGA775 socket – Support for an Intel Core2 Duo processor in an LGA775 socket – Support for an Intel Pentium Dual-Core processor in an LGA775 socket – Support for an Intel Celeron Dual-Core processor in an LGA775 socket – Support
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Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0×16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board – Retail

Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0x16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board - Retail

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  1. 12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    works as advertised, well,no it doesn’t, March 5, 2009
    By 
    Triplefault (Earth) –

    This review is from: Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0×16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board – Retail (Personal Computers)

    I can’t think of a single bad or wrong thing about it. Except for what I wrote in the update.

    It had the slot configuration I wanted. Not many did.

    There are no PS/2 (keyboard/mouse) or PATA (IDE/ATA)connections, just 12 USB ports (6 back panel, 6 more internal) and SATA (5 internal, 1 external), etc.

    You can boot in legacy disk mode, which runs the SATA drives as if they were an old PATA (IRQ14/15), so I presume that you could install XP pre-SP3. Switch it back after install.

    The driver disc is dated 19 June 2008; newer stuff at intel.com.

    ——–
    Update: Audio out the analog jacks is messed up. I got a second/replacement board and it does the same thing. The audio goes in and out about once a second, sometimes it will play for 10 seconds straight, until you do something. Others have similar problems; somehow, some say audio is fine (never more than “fine”).

    The audio optical out is okay – no gaps or dropouts – but only for 2-channel stereo PCM. No AC3/Dolby Digital Live/Home Theatre – not that I can get to work EXCEPT from one (of two) test panels in the MS Vista mixer program, and that only tests the channels with tones. The other Vista MS mixer test panel fails to do anything w/r/t Dolby digital. This is with the IDT audio driver installed (current). Using the built-in MS Vista driver for the audio, the same drop out happens. Worse, the optical out does not work at all (no red light).

    I’ve put the lastest BIOS (0109) in and no difference. The only card in this is an EVGA 9600GT video card. CPU is Q8200.

    Important. The driver pack on the included CD will freeze XP since the USB portion (inf) is wrong. Result: No keyboard. No mouse. Not even safe mode gets around it so you’ll have to reinstall XP. Go to intel.com and download the newer inf package for this board. I don’t know if a vista install of this inf is the same way since I didn’t use the CD there.

    Besides that, this motherboard runs okay. Maybe intel can fix the problem. P.S. If you find references to use a Realtek “Vista_214.zip” driver, don’t bother. It doesn’t really install, and all you get is the built-in Vista driver for the mobo audio.

    I have no internal audio connnections hooked up, only the back panel audio connections are being used.

    ————–

    UPDATE 2.0: Flashed to BIOS 0116 (5 May 2009) and the audio problem is no more. An updated audio driver package is available but that wasn’t installed yet. The s/pdif (both 2.0 pcm and 2.1 digital) is still working fine. I can now say it’s working fine (currently windows 7 rc).

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Intel DP45SG, May 12, 2009
    By 
    brewmaster95060 (California) –

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    This review is from: Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0×16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board – Retail (Personal Computers)

    Had to adjust timing and voltage setting for system ram. Installed XP sp3
    it was easy and quick. No problems, freeze or any other glitches.

    The Catalyst drivers for the 4850 even installed and worked.
    All drivers from driver cd installed and worked (not using RAID drivers).
    Motherboard came with a DVD GHOST RECON advanced warfighter
    installed and ran with PhysX drivers. Fun game.

    Extra Value added software included:

    * Acronis True Image* 11 Home
    * CyberLink Live* Premium
    * Diskeeper 9*
    * DivX Pro for Microsoft Windows*
    * Dolby Control Center*
    * Intel® Desktop Control Center (Internet Download)
    * Kaspersky Work Space Security*
    * Kingsoft Antivirus 2007*
    * Kingsoft Powerword 2007*
    * Laplink PCmover* Express
    * Norton 360*
    * Skype*
    * TypePad*

    Intel DP45SG motherboard
    Cooler Master Elite 334 ATX Mid Tower Case Black – Mid Tower Case
    650 watt antec power supply
    Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0 GHz 6M L2 Cache 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Dual-Core Processor
    Masscool 8WA741 – Processor cooler – ( Socket 775 )
    Corsair TWIN3X2048-1333C9DHX XMS3 DHX 2 GB 2 X 1 GB PC3-10600 1333Mhz 240-pin DDR3 Dual Channel Memory Kit
    Sapphire Radeon HD4850 512MB DDR3 Dual DVI / TVO PCI-Express Graphics Card
    Western Digital 500GB 3.5″, SATA, 16MB Cache Bulk/OEM Hard Drive WD5000AAKS
    Lite-On LH-20A1L 20x DVD±RW DL SATA Drive w/LightScribe (Black)
    2 Antec TriCool case fan ( TRICOOL120MM BLUE LED )

    Cross Fire will operate in x8 mode not x16.
    from intel website:

    1.6.1 PCI Express x16 Graphics
    The MCH supports two add-in discrete graphics card via the PCI Express 2.0 graphics
    connector:
    * One Primary PCI Express 2.0 x16 (electrical x16 or x8) bus add-in card connector.
    The x16 interface supports simultaneous (full duplex) transfers up to 16
    GBytes/sec when operating in x16 mode with a compatible PCI Express 2.0 x16
    discrete graphics card. Backwards compatible with PCI Express 1.1 x16, supporting
    a maximum theoretical bandwidth of 8 GB/s. Interface will operate in x16 mode
    only if the secondary PCI Express x16 connector is not populated.
    * One Secondary PCI Express 2.0 x16 (electrical x8) bus add-in card connector: The
    board provides a PCI Express add-in card connector in the form of a physical x16
    connector with electrical routing of x8. This connector is an electrical equivalent of
    a PCI Express x8 bus add-in card connector. This connector also supports x4 and
    x1 PCI Express add-in cards. This interface supports PCI Express 2.0 bandwidth
    when used with a compatible PCI Express 2.0 x16 discrete graphics card.

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  3. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Motherboard, March 13, 2009
    By 
    L. LE (San Diego, CA USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Intel DP45SG Extreme Series P45 ATX DDR3 1333 2xPCIe 2.0×16 3xPCI 1333MHz FSB LGA775 Desktop Board – Retail (Personal Computers)

    So far no problems like the ones listed by previous reviewers. Everything works great. I love the drivers getting installed so easily with the included CD. Also when I tried to overclock the memory, after the reboot the motherboard didn’t like the settings, so it rebooted itself again after that, and basically reset the memory settings to the old settings. Nice feature!

    System specs:
    – OCZ DDR3 PC3-10666 1333MHz Intel Extreme Edition XMP Ready Series 6GB Triple Channel Kit
    – Razer Lachesis Mouse
    – Samsung 22X SpeedPlus Serial ATA Internal DVD Writer
    – EVGA 512-P3-N879-AR GeForce 9800 GTX +
    – Western Digital 500GB Caviar

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