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is this board a good 3 way sli mother board?
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It only has slots for 2 graphics cards.
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is this board a good 3 way sli mother board?
?!!! It has two PCIe slots, you would need three. Maybe you were thinking about the Maximus Extreme which does support Tri-Sli. Now you can do Tri-CF or CFX with a HD6990 and a HD6970 or a HD6870x2 and a HD6870, but Nividia does not support a dual GPU with a single GPU as far as I know. You could do two GTX590's for Quad SLI since you would only be using two slots.
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Anyone know of a way NOT to let the fans connecected to the mobo fan headers be thermally controlled by the CPU load and or the temperature inside the case? Its reall annoying hearing them ramp up and down
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Originally Posted by 1ceTr0n View Post
Anyone know of a way NOT to let the fans connecected to the mobo fan headers be thermally controlled by the CPU load and or the temperature inside the case? Its reall annoying hearing them ramp up and down
Not sure about the cpu fan as I cannot even hear my ap181 so I dont know if it can be controlled (though it looks as if it could be) But there are options in fan expert in AI suite... set as user defined, pick what speeds/temps *can be 20% across the board if you really wanted*, then click apply)

You can also do the same in bios.

There are settings for cpu and mobo headers in both so I would assume they will work... I am not in front of that PC otherwise I would try myself.
    
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good morning (local time)!

i'm trying to "linx" but here comes the old problem on the new build.

the problem is that if i use linx 0.6.4 version with updated libraries cpu doesnt load, it remaing on 0.5 1% load, it will never go more than that, this was the same problem i had when i was using 980X, problem solved when i bought the 990X, now on 2600K i've got the same problem! what to do? actually i'm running 0.6.1 Linx version with updated libraries too and it works, i'm at 12/20 loops, but i guess this version is not ok .. i should use the latest one, so can someone please tell me how to solve this pain in the *** once and for all? thank for the answers!
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Not sure about Linx as I just use Intel Burn test to see if I am stable. Sure it doesn't run for hours on end, but I find if it passes it and my Gflops are around 110Gflps for my 2600K then I am pretty stable that I don't get any BSOD. Of course you could use Prime95 and run that for hours, but I just don't see the point unless it is mission critical and if that is the case you shouldn't be overclocking.

On to other news, Newegg Shellshocker for memory:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231428

These will be $39.99 after 10am PST. Pretty solid ram for this board and they match color wise to boot.
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Originally Posted by 1ceTr0n View Post
Anyone know of a way NOT to let the fans connecected to the mobo fan headers be thermally controlled by the CPU load and or the temperature inside the case? Its reall annoying hearing them ramp up and down

AI suite works: skip to 0:50
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Not sure about Linx as I just use Intel Burn test to see if I am stable. Sure it doesn't run for hours on end, but I find if it passes it and my Gflops are around 110Gflps for my 2600K then I am pretty stable that I don't get any BSOD. Of course you could use Prime95 and run that for hours, but I just don't see the point unless it is mission critical and if that is the case you shouldn't be overclocking.

On to other news, Newegg Shellshocker for memory:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231428

These will be $39.99 after 10am PST. Pretty solid ram for this board and they match color wise to boot.
well... you are right, personally i hate those programs, i do not like running those kind of programs running my cpu at full load for hours and hours, i would like to do it once to have a place on 5ghz stability 3d , so i need linx 0.6.4 to get working.
post #3850 of 7108
http://www.mediafire.com/file/cict9u...10.3.6.010.zip

this is the link to the latest LinX i believe.
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