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1) You don't need 16GB of memory... you can live with 8GB. Most of us bought 16GB because the price was right per GB, i.e., value not need. Check prices, you might save a few dollars and not impact your gaming at all. doh.gif
2) Some here have referenced Sandforce SSD problems, but I can't recall anyone in this club reporting any with this board, etc. The standard adopted by a particularly HARD|OCP review site is a Sandforce controller-based SSD (same as mine). Bottomline: Read the reviews and decide for yourself. 2cents.gif
3) The PSU is important and I wouldn't pinch the budget here. You don't want to be frying your components to save $100 or so. Go with a well reviewed model and manufacturer to be safe. Related to the PSU decision, I went for modular cables. Once you go modular you won't go back! wheee.gif

Enjoy the build... it will be a great machine for a long time! Cheers! cheers.gif
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Originally Posted by LA_Kings_Fan View Post

Welcome FelixCrow, to OCN and to the GENE-Z owners Group ...

Pretty decent build you have there, here's some thoughts ...

- RAM, even though I own them, I am seeing too many people have issues with 16GB of Corsair Vengeance, get yourself the Low Volt G.SKILL's either the Snipers or Ripjaw X's.
- SSD for a Cache (64 GB max on that btw) is NOT needed or overly benifical when compared to using an SSD as a BOOT DRIVE, a 120 GB SSD is the recommended minimum for this option.
{go back and read, I had some good convo's about SSD's and the cache and why others recommended against it for my Rig - see posts #835, #1140, & (in fact here = http://www.overclock.net/search.php?search=SSD+cache&containingthread%5B0%5D=1004219&output=posts&action=disp&start=0 ) just read most of those for info.}
PS - STAY AWAY from ANY & ALL Sandforce SSD's (cheaper is NOT an option w/ these SSD's)
- HDD just personal preferance here, but SEAGATE is crap and I'll never buy from them again, Suggest WD Cav Blck for performance or Hitachi Spinpoint for budget HDD's.
- PSU 650 watt is fine for single GPU, if you plan to X-Fire down the road getting a 850 w now might be worth it.
- GPU, not a big fan of XFX cards, but I can see why people with budgets consider them.
- CPU HSF (cooling) while you don't NEED the H60 you DO NEED something better than STOCK ! but something the CoolerMaster Hyper 212+ would be enough.

Here's what I would do based on what you want (all NewEgg Deals) ...

1 & 3 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.763036  = $365
(ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z & Intel Core i5-2500K Combo)

2 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150563 = $180 After MIR
(XFX HD-687X-CNFC Radeon HD 6870 2GB)

4 SSD -  http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820167050 = $190
(Intel 320 Series SSDSA2CW120G3K5 2.5" 120GB SSD)
4 HDD - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822152185 = $160
(SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 1TB 7200 RPM 32MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s HDD)

5 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231429 = $85 (try Promo code GSKILLMEM10 for additional 10% off ? may not apply to these ?)
(G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB DDR3 1600's)

6http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827135204 = $21 (additional -15% off w/ promo code NE15INCDDVD, ends 11/16 ?)  
(ASUS SATA 24X DVD Burner)

7 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139020  =  $75 After MIR
(CORSAIR TX650)

8 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119197  = $80 After MIR
(COOLER MASTER HAF 922)

9 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103057  = $35
(COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520 RR-920-N520-GP)
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Total $ = $1200 +/- some shipping ? some items where FREE shipping ?

Edited by snakemed - 11/18/11 at 11:17am
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Some are having the same experience as you in terms of not being able to control their fans via FanXpert or via the BIOS controls... others, like me, are able to control their fans (even 3-pin, like me) with no issue. I haven't seen a difinitive answer for why Qfan works for some and not for others.
Please post your system info, as it might help us to figure out the answer to a repeating situation. Good luck! biggrin.gif

I just installed the very latest Fan Xpert+ (note the "+") version 1.01.06 and it now allows me to test the *chassis* fans, it's not greyed out.

strange thing is when i run the test, I can hear the fans ramp up to full speed, but the readout says around 400rpm for all speeds.

The fans still run at 1000rpm. go figure.

i'm getting hot, going to try a few different BIOS settings next i guess.

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Case: Define Mini
all the same Scythe fans case and CPU:
Scythe Mugen 3 w/SY1225SL12LM-P
Case Fans: 3x Scythe SY1225SL12LM-P

If there are better fans please let me know, everything else on the system is excellent.

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Just out of curiosity mrboonmee, have you tried the slipstreams on the CPU heathers? to see if they can go lower than 1000rpm?
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Just out of curiosity mrboonmee, have you tried the slipstreams on the CPU heathers? to see if they can go lower than 1000rpm?

yes they run at 400rpm on the CPU headers at idle and get faster as needed. right now i have the rear case fan plugged into the second CPU header and it's about 370rpm.

anything plugged into the chassis headers runs at min 1000rpm.
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yes they run at 400rpm on the CPU headers at idle and get faster as needed. right now i have the rear case fan plugged into the second CPU header and it's about 370rpm.

anything plugged into the chassis headers runs at min 1000rpm.

At least you have an option, if you are pleased with how the slipstreams pwm perform on the cpu header, my suggestion goes toward using an extension, you wont overload the cpu mobo fan header because this extension uses 4pin molex to draw the power directly from the PSU, just uses the pwm and rpm singal from the mobo to regulate the fans, this way you can connect the extra 2 frontal slipstreams and still be able to manage all according to the cpu temps (you could even connect up to 5 fan in the future if you cooling need increases), Akasa SMART PWM Fan Cable Adapter - Black Braiding for 5 Fans, all cables are sleeved and how the geneZ is, the cpu headers are on the top so you can easily route them where the 8pin power comes and hide them on the back of the case.

The best solution would be that Asus releases a new bios and removes the 60% restriction or lowers it to 20 or 30%, but in the mean time i think for $8 the akasa fan splitter will allow you to use the all your fans at lower rpm than 1000rpm restriction you currently have and you don't need to spend on new fans or new mobo, and all fans will still be dynamic behaving the same and according to the CPU temps.
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As LA_Kings_Fan stated, I think you are the first to report an SMS Controller problem.

In your system info you listed Corsair XMS 2000 memory modules. If I read the spec correctly (newegg), these require 1.65v. Sandy Bridge discourages memory using above 1.5v. Might this be part of the problem? Do you have any 1.5v memory that you can use to test it?

Best BIOS to use? One that works! No need to upgrade unless there is an issue or new hardware compatability such as new processor technology. Some are doing really well with the original BIOS (0208, I believe). I updated to BIOS 0902 and solved a minor problem, so for me the latest BIOS was "best".
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Ty, yes i did all that twice actually and still no luck.
What is the best bios to use?
And i cant even get a stable overclock at there preset tunings 4.2-4.6 hell even the auto overclocking doesnt work. just 124's almost immediately.

Up vccio to 1.19v and I think you are home free with your memory.

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Case: Define Mini



Really liking my fractal "MINI"

Getting the Sapphire 6970 swapped out for the Galaxy GX580 and adding
a much needed fan controller.

But what a GREAT cooling case.

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Why would you need two fans on top?
I think one of them is unneccessary, or even lowers the cooling performance. The airflow will just match the lower spec fan of the two, and the chaotic airflow created by the two does also not help.
I would take out the fan on the sink. You have a middle fan anyways, that pushes air upwards, and the fan on the top of the case is more than enough, to take away the heat.
I would even consider removing the rear fan, as it also just creates chaos in airflow.
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In this case, looks are deceiving.

Both CPU fans and the top mounted fan are all directed upwards.
The thermal effect actually aides the fans ability to exaust in a smooth
non-turbulant transition. I've done this exact variation on a couple of
antec 180's with similar results. If anything....vertical transistion funneling
causes a great deal more turbulation with an increase in the db levels.

The rear fan is static currently......




EDIT: probably the most important issue = QUIETNESS

I can run this configuation at 500-750RPM at full on load
Levels at that setting are 14-17db

Eliminating just one of those fans, at that RPM, increases
the ambient temp by by 10-15
Edited by ChesterCat - 11/17/11 at 1:26pm
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Hello!

Would like some help please! Getting mad over here. tongue.gif
I have some freezing issues with my Gene-Z, happens when i load a game, or even when I try to stream a video.

The build (Sigrig) is just over 4 days old, with a fresh install of Win7 Ulti x64.
I have installed all MB drivers, GPU drivers and important apps such as Steam, Skype, Mozilla FF and such. I installed all the Asus ROG components on the driver disc, but disabeled it - it did not do the trick either.

The problem first occured overnight. I played AoC with a friend, went to bed, and the next morning the issue came from nowhere.

I've tried to up the DRAM voltage to 1,65 without success. Timings is set to 9-9-9-29 (29 modified from 24, no effect.) running stock at 1333 MHz.

Whet else could it be?

All info in the sig below! Thanks in advance! thumb.gif
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