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Sup comrades,

Can someone touch the mosfet heatsink with finger under load and idle and tell me how it feels? Tried a infrared thermo today and it showed me 53C on mosfet heatsink. didn't believe it and touched it with my finger. Not scorching hot, but really very warm.
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Good to find it. It's problems you cant find the cause for that drive you crazy. wink.gif

Ugh.

It looks like I can RMA with either Newegg or G.Skill, but both options have their warts.

NewEgg issues the RMA number immediately, but suggests shipping with UPS via their pre-printed label...and shipping is $10.49. That is about 25% of the cost of the two stick set. Furthermore, I'll need to send two back...and only one is bad. What are the odds that I get two good sticks in return? smile.gif Probably good, but not as good as the odds if I just send one stick back. wink.gif

I also submitted an RMA request to G.Skill, but that process is not automated...and I hear that it may take days for them to issue an RMA number. On the positive side, I may just be able to return just one stick with them.

This process sort of sucks. Frankly, I think that G.Skill should pick up the return shipping costs and cross-ship the new memory. They sent me a defective product yet I need to absorb the expense. I know it's not a lot of money, but it is significant relative to the cost of the memory...and it's also the principle. I think that I am going to give them a call. smile.gif
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Ugh.
It looks like I can RMA with either Newegg or G.Skill, but both options have their warts.
NewEgg issues the RMA number immediately, but suggests shipping with UPS via their pre-printed label...and shipping is $10.49. That is about 25% of the cost of the two stick set. Furthermore, I'll need to send two back...and only one is bad. What are the odds that I get two good sticks in return? smile.gif Probably good, but not as good as the odds if I just send one stick back. wink.gif
I also submitted an RMA request to G.Skill, but that process is not automated...and I hear that it may take days for them to issue an RMA number. On the positive side, I may just be able to return just one stick with them.
This process sort of sucks. Frankly, I think that G.Skill should pick up the return shipping costs and cross-ship the new memory. They sent me a defective product yet I need to absorb the expense. I know it's not a lot of money, but it is significant relative to the cost of the memory...and it's also the principle. I think that I am going to give them a call. smile.gif

In 2008 I had trouble in that 2 sets of 2 x1GB DDR2 wouldn't work together. I know a lot don't have such a problem, but since then I've always bought matched and not mixed sets, just so it wouldn't happen again...so personally, I'd do the pair.
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In 2008 I had trouble in that 2 sets of 2 x1GB DDR2 wouldn't work together. I know a lot don't have such a problem, but since then I've always bought matched and not mixed sets, just so it wouldn't happen again...so personally, I'd do the pair.

Thanks for the advice.

I checked out G.Skill's RMA forums and while it looks like they are certainly willing to stand behind their products, their RMA process is somewhat of a mess...with lost RMA requests and delayed shipping.

In contrast, I just called Newegg to ask about the RMA that I submitted there...and they said not to worry about the shipping - they would send me a pre-paid label via email...and then overnight the replacement memory to me shortly after they receive what I send to them. I do need to send both sticks, but I can live with it. Guess what I am doing the second it arrives? Rhymes with gemtest. wink.gif

Newegg rocks.
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Thanks for the advice.
I checked out G.Skill's RMA forums and while it looks like they are certainly willing to stand behind their products, their RMA process is somewhat of a mess...with lost RMA requests and delayed shipping.
In contrast, I just called Newegg to ask about the RMA that I submitted there...and they said not to worry about the shipping - they would send me a pre-paid label via email...and then overnight the replacement memory to me shortly after they receive what I send to them. I do need to send both sticks, but I can live with it. Guess what I am doing the second it arrives? Rhymes with gemtest. wink.gif
Newegg rocks.

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Alright owners?

Don't shoot me for asking, a new guy to the club LOL.

Whats the difference between the original and the GEN3 variant?

Is my GPU likely to be at a disadvantage on the original over the GEN3, especially as I might be looking to go Kepler or HD7950 soon.

Will a BIOS update update the board to GEN3 - I'm talking in regards to the original here? Or is it more to do with the board engineering?

Thank you!
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Alright owners?
Don't shoot me for asking, a new guy to the club LOL.
Whats the difference between the original and the GEN3 variant?
Is my GPU likely to be at a disadvantage on the original over the GEN3, especially as I might be looking to go Kepler or HD7950 soon.
Will a BIOS update update the board to GEN3 - I'm talking in regards to the original here? Or is it more to do with the board engineering?
Thank you!

The Gene-z don't support PCI-E 3.0 while the Gene-z/GEN3 does.
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Alright owners?
Don't shoot me for asking, a new guy to the club LOL.
Whats the difference between the original and the GEN3 variant?
Is my GPU likely to be at a disadvantage on the original over the GEN3, especially as I might be looking to go Kepler or HD7950 soon.
Will a BIOS update update the board to GEN3 - I'm talking in regards to the original here? Or is it more to do with the board engineering?
Thank you!

Gen3 follows the PCIE 3.0 specification whereas the original does not.

That said, the original will still work perfectly with Ivy Bridge and a PCIE 3.0 video card, just with the card operating on the PCIE 2.0 specification.

We likely will not see PCIE 2.0 becoming a bottleneck for PCIE 3.0 cards for 2-3 generations.
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smilingsmiley.gif We've already HAD this conversation before ... BEFORE ... see below ... again rolleyessmileyanim.gif
 

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Alright owners?
Don't shoot me for asking, a new guy to the club LOL.
Whats the difference between the original and the GEN3 variant?
Is my GPU likely to be at a disadvantage on the original over the GEN3, especially as I might be looking to go Kepler or HD7950 soon.
Will a BIOS update update the board to GEN3 - I'm talking in regards to the original here? Or is it more to do with the board engineering?
Thank you!

 

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Originally Posted by LA_Kings_Fan View Post

smilingsmiley.gif We've already HAD this conversation before ...  see below ...
 


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Originally Posted by solar0987 View Post

I already own the regular gene-z any upside to the gen 3 minus the pci 3.0?
Is there a need for it? Will it make a huge difference? Or just 1 or 2 fps with a capable processor?

 

 

Is PCI-e 3.0 really worth much of anything YET ? ...

 

- http://www.techpowerup.com/157253/PCI-Express-3.0-Has-Zero-Performance-Incentive-for-Radeon-HD-7970-Tests.html

- http://vr-zone.com/articles/does-pcie-3.0-matter-for-today-s-gpus-we-test-with-the-radeon-hd-7970/14306.html

- http://www.overclock.net/t/1188376/hardwarecanucks-hd-7970-pci-e-3-0-vs-pci-e-2-0-comparison

- http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/49646-amd-radeon-hd-7970-3gb-review-21.html

- http://www.anandtech.com/show/5264/sandy-bridge-e-x79-pcie-30-it-works

 

These would tend to suggest NO ... not for gaming, and much else not for awhile yet.

I mean great IF you have the PCI-e 3.0 board, but I dunno if it's worth the extra $ for a a little future proofing today ? Certainly not worth being upset about it.

 

HD7970-69.jpgHD7970-68.jpg

 

teaching.gif I'd say KEEP what you have and BE HAPPY ... but hey that's just ME and MY 2cents.gif talking  rolleyes.gif 

 

edit ... OR ... after re-reading your post ... did you mean ASIDE from PCI-e 3.0 which isn't much benefit,

is there any OTHER reason to consider the GEN 3 board an uppgrade over the GEN 2 ? in which case that answer is NO thumb.gif

 

 

   
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I am fairly late to the party but excited about my new board and build! Great info in here.

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