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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A97evo
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A99Xevo
  • 49% (58)
    Asus Sabertooth 990fx
  • 31% (37)
    Asus Crosshair V Formula / Thunderbolt
  • 0% (1)
    Biostar TA-990FXE
  • 12% (15)
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7
  • 4% (5)
    MSI 990FXA-GD80
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post #161 of 10135
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Ok, here or my just pics
hows your phys x card hold up??

post #162 of 10135
Nothing special, I only have 3 games on my PC that even take's advantage of it, which batman and Mafia 2, it does make look better, but Metro 2033 which I just really use as a benchmark, I still can’t do anything with that game, need to buy another 6870 for that. Only reason I bought the card because was a $25 shell shocker from Newegg. I’m using the PhysX Mod 1.04ff, which is working on even the newest drivers. When there are so few games that even use PhysX it’s a waste of money unless it’s just a great sell.
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post #163 of 10135
I are joining

Will post better pics when my 460 Cyclone gets here.

Used AutoOC to get my 720BE up to 3.4GHz. I had it running at 3.65GHz manually before, but 3.4 at 1.4V isn't bad. I tried running at at 3.7 and 3.8 and it just won't do it no matter what. I'm going to focus on my NB now instead.
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post #164 of 10135
Is it possible to run SLI/XFire in x8/x8 on the bottom PCI-E slots then use the top 3 for expansion cards such as a TV tuner, NIC, and Sound card?
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post #165 of 10135
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Originally Posted by Kvjavs View Post
Is it possible to run SLI/XFire in x8/x8 on the bottom PCI-E slots then use the top 3 for expansion cards such as a TV tuner, NIC, and Sound card?
I don't know but is this not the second time you asked that? Try not to double post like that if so, just friendly reminder.

Plus to answer it I am not positive but I think it matters if you are running SLI or crossfire so which one are you using if SLI I don't think so but maybe Crossfire as it seems to be a little more flexible

THIS is a opinion not fact as most have only had the board for a few weeks it mite be sometime before you get a answer on this
post #166 of 10135
So are we limited to just two fan profiles, one for chassis and one for CPU? I would like to control my three chassis fans independently.
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post #168 of 10135
Having a network issue and I"m not sure if it's related to the Sabertooth board or not. When using a Media Server (PS3 Media Server, Vuze, PlayOn) to stream to my PS3, the video stops every 4-5 seconds for a few seconds before resuming. It happens with several different types of video and always stops at the same places despite which media server I'm using. I have been using this setup for over a year with no issues until I changed motherboards to the Sabertooth. Internet seems to be working without issue. All Videos also play on the desktop with no issue.

Wired Connection to PS3 through CAT6 cable and Netgear WNDR3700 Router. Have tried resetting router, resetting PS3, changing cables with no luck. I have also uninstalled and re-installed Realtek drivers. Anybody have any suggestions? Is this definitely a problem with the board at this point?
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post #169 of 10135
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Originally Posted by Bradford1040 View Post
I don't know but is this not the second time you asked that? Try not to double post like that if so, just friendly reminder.

Plus to answer it I am not positive but I think it matters if you are running SLI or crossfire so which one are you using if SLI I don't think so but maybe Crossfire as it seems to be a little more flexible

THIS is a opinion not fact as most have only had the board for a few weeks it mite be sometime before you get a answer on this
It's not double posting if it's not immediately after one another. Besides it was overlooked by many posts, and considering that most people only go a few posts back, I decided to post it again.

If someone read it, such as yourself, one could politely answer "I don't know for sure", as opposed to completely ignoring the question.

But I thank you for at least telling me that you are unsure. It beats being ignored.

And yeah, I hear Crossfire is more flexible but I hear it's primarily if its a x16/x4 configuration. Or of different speeds.

If anyone else could elaborate on the subject, that would be greatly appreciated as I have this board in my consideration.
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post #170 of 10135
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kvjavs View Post
It's not double posting if it's not immediately after one another. Besides it was overlooked by many posts, and considering that most people only go a few posts back, I decided to post it again.

If someone read it, such as yourself, one could politely answer "I don't know for sure", as opposed to completely ignoring the question.

But I thank you for at least telling me that you are unsure. It beats being ignored.

And yeah, I hear Crossfire is more flexible but I hear it's primarily if its a x16/x4 configuration. Or of different speeds.

If anyone else could elaborate on the subject, that would be greatly appreciated as I have this board in my consideration.
dude I know how that feels trust me lol, I get my questions overlooked on many threads one more than others cough water cough cooling barf up lung club lol but as it is you have been around as I see and you know that the people on here are just that people not employe's or customer service sometimes you just got to go with the flow, I did what you did and had a mod basically tell me to find help somewhere else or be patient (btw after that got a sig violation as well lol, but that was my fault) The moral of this is just post and see if you get a reply if not it mite be that it was overlooked as you thought or that no one knows in the thread that you are in or has time to respond at the moment (which some take two or three days to) I am the same way when I ask a question it is because I want to know NOW! lol not wait god who waits lol This computer is the biggest thing in my life and these people just don't understand (but they do cause they are just like us/you)

Like I said give it some time and someone will respond and come up with a answer that will suit your needs hell you mite of posted and someone is trying it out and just has not figured it out yet to respond! Hint Hint lol I am trying it for you lol now I don't have good news yet but hope to have some by tomorrow

EDIT: I only have Nvidia not ATI but at least you will know about them after I get done
Edited by Bradford1040 - 6/20/11 at 4:14pm
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