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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 #3221 of 10135
I just got an answer back to my last email to them. They said they do not support it now. They're still testing and will be updating soon.

NOW and testing is the key word. They should've just said so.
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Originally Posted by Krusher33 View Post

I just got an answer back to my last email to them. They said they do not support it now. They're still testing and will be updating soon.
NOW and testing is the key word. They should've just said so.
That is good to know !
It seems that some of their "Tech" staff are somewhat poorly informed .
post #3223 of 10135
Or slowly informed.
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post #3224 of 10135
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That is good to know !
It seems that some of their "Tech" staff are somewhat poorly informed .

Tech staff, silly guy, more like screen readers who aren't even familiar with who made windows.
post #3225 of 10135
Just tried to get an RMA done through ASUS after my 990FX Sabertooth just decided to stop working a little after a year. Much like a previous member the memory slots just decided to randomly fail which made me waste my time RMAing components and figuring out what was wrong. This board had been acting up previously but I was hoping for improvements with a new bios. Many issues are still outstanding. Overall the board gives me issues with booting to an SSD, multiple failures upon installing Windows 7 and minor annoyances like restarting. This board was bought brand new. I spoke with Scott Billings (scott-cl) and suggested that I receive the Revision 2.0 board as a replacement at the request of my customer and he just started spouting excuses. The board has the exact same features as the original 990FX with changes to the PCB yet they are stating that is a different board. Really Scott? I even offered to pay for an upgrade and they still refused. What kind of customer "loyalty" is this exactly? Doesn't sound like there is any loyalty involved. My clients are unhappy with their purchase and ASUS just left me stranded. This board isn't exactly budget friendly yet their customer service acts like you bought a $50 motherboard. Way to treat your fan base ASUS. I guess that is direction they are going. They abandon their products and then want you to buy a whole new board in the same generation. It is clear that neither Scott nor ASUS care about any of the issues we have been reporting. Just seems like a smokescreen. I see that even more evident with them trying to push Revision 2.0 for Piledriver just to make people "upgrade". Just letting everyone know that you can expect the same issues when you RMA your Revision 1.0 board and that the Revision 2.0, [B]of the exact same board[/B], is considered an upgrade. I guess I should go out and buy a whole new motherboard. Looks like they are doing the same thing with the "Z" version of their Crosshair V Formula board. Moved from Gigabyte to ASUS in hopes of better service and this is the result. It's too bad that they treat customers like this.
post #3226 of 10135
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]Just tried to get an RMA done through ASUS after my 990FX Sabertooth just decided to stop working a little after a year. Much like a previous member the memory slots just decided to randomly fail which made me waste my time RMAing components and figuring out what was wrong. This board had been acting up previously but I was hoping for improvements with a new bios. Many issues are still outstanding. Overall the board gives me issues with booting to an SSD, multiple failures upon installing Windows 7 and minor annoyances like restarting. This board was bought brand new. I spoke with Scott Billings (scott-cl) and suggested that I receive the Revision 2.0 board as a replacement at the request of my customer and he just started spouting excuses. The board has the exact same features as the original 990FX with changes to the PCB yet they are stating that is a different board. Really Scott? I even offered to pay for an upgrade and they still refused. What kind of customer "loyalty" is this exactly? Doesn't sound like there is any loyalty involved. My clients are unhappy with their purchase and ASUS just left me stranded. This board isn't exactly budget friendly yet their customer service acts like you bought a $50 motherboard. Way to treat your fan base ASUS. I guess that is direction they are going. They abandon their products and then want you to buy a whole new board in the same generation. It is clear that neither Scott nor ASUS care about any of the issues we have been reporting. Just seems like a smokescreen. I see that even more evident with them trying to push Revision 2.0 for Piledriver just to make people "upgrade". Just letting everyone know that you can expect the same issues when you RMA your Revision 1.0 board and that the Revision 2.0, of the exact same board, is considered an upgrade. I guess I should go out and buy a whole new motherboard. Looks like they are doing the same thing with the "Z" version of their Crosshair V Formula board. Moved from Gigabyte to ASUS in hopes of better service and this is the result. It's too bad that they treat customers like this.

Just to add a little clarification to this:

I will not make this into a who said what, when, where, and to whom discussion. I will simply state that the difference between the Sabertooth 990FX and Sabertooth 990FX Revision 2.0 board would be roughly analogous to the difference between XP Home and XP Pro. It's not a perfect analogy, but it's good enough for government work as the saying goes. I'll add links to the respective product pages at the end of this post, and anyone who cares to can compare for themselves.

I mostly just want to make one thing perfectly clear, and that is that D6Ex is in no way being prevented from submitting an RMA for his Sabertooth 990FX. He may call up the call center any time he likes and complete the RMA process for a replacement Sabertooth 990FX. No one at Asus is denying his RMA request, only the request to be upgraded to the Revision 2.0 board.

Now, as promised, the links to the two respective product pages.

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/SABERTOOTH_990FX/#overview (990FX)

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/SABERTOOTH_990FX_R20/#overview (990FX R2.0)

post #3227 of 10135
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Originally Posted by cl-scott View Post

Just to add a little clarification to this:
I will not make this into a who said what, when, where, and to whom discussion. I will simply state that the difference between the Sabertooth 990FX and Sabertooth 990FX Revision 2.0 board would be roughly analogous to the difference between XP Home and XP Pro. It's not a perfect analogy, but it's good enough for government work as the saying goes. I'll add links to the respective product pages at the end of this post, and anyone who cares to can compare for themselves.
I mostly just want to make one thing perfectly clear, and that is that D6Ex is in no way being prevented from submitting an RMA for his Sabertooth 990FX. He may call up the call center any time he likes and complete the RMA process for a replacement Sabertooth 990FX. No one at Asus is denying his RMA request, only the request to be upgraded to the Revision 2.0 board.
Now, as promised, the links to the two respective product pages.
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/SABERTOOTH_990FX/#overview (990FX)
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/SABERTOOTH_990FX_R20/#overview (990FX R2.0)
Why?
And why the lack of answers for his points concerning the lack of support for the first revision of the board?
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[quote name="cl-scott" url="/t/1035333/official-asus-sabertooth-990fx-owners-club/3200_50#post_18459403"][quote name="D6Ex" url="/t/1035333/official-asus-sabertooth-990fx-owners-club/3220#post_18458454"]Just tried to get an RMA done through ASUS after my 990FX Sabertooth just decided to stop working a little after a year. Much like a previous member the memory slots just decided to randomly fail which made me waste my time RMAing components and figuring out what was wrong. This board had been acting up previously but I was hoping for improvements with a new bios. Many issues are still outstanding. Overall the board gives me issues with booting to an SSD, multiple failures upon installing Windows 7 and minor annoyances like restarting. This board was bought brand new. I spoke with Scott Billings (scott-cl) and suggested that I receive the Revision 2.0 board as a replacement at the request of my customer and he just started spouting excuses. The board has the exact same features as the original 990FX with changes to the PCB yet they are stating that is a different board. Really Scott? I even offered to pay for an upgrade and they still refused. What kind of customer "loyalty" is this exactly? Doesn't sound like there is any loyalty involved. My clients are unhappy with their purchase and ASUS just left me stranded. This board isn't exactly budget friendly yet their customer service acts like you bought a $50 motherboard. Way to treat your fan base ASUS. I guess that is direction they are going. They abandon their products and then want you to buy a whole new board in the same generation. It is clear that neither Scott nor ASUS care about any of the issues we have been reporting. Just seems like a smokescreen. I see that even more evident with them trying to push Revision 2.0 for Piledriver just to make people "upgrade". Just letting everyone know that you can expect the same issues when you RMA your Revision 1.0 board and that the Revision 2.0, [B]of the exact same board[/B], is considered an upgrade. I guess I should go out and buy a whole new motherboard. Looks like they are doing the same thing with the "Z" version of their Crosshair V Formula board. Moved from Gigabyte to ASUS in hopes of better service and this is the result. It's too bad that they treat customers like this.[/quote] Just to add a little clarification to this: I will not make this into a who said what, when, where, and to whom discussion. I will simply state that the difference between the Sabertooth 990FX and Sabertooth 990FX Revision 2.0 board would be roughly analogous to the difference between XP Home and XP Pro. It's not a perfect analogy, but it's good enough for government work as the saying goes. I'll add links to the respective product pages at the end of this post, and anyone who cares to can compare for themselves. I mostly just want to make one thing perfectly clear, and that is that [b]D6Ex is in no way being prevented from submitting an RMA for his Sabertooth 990FX[/b]. He may call up the call center any time he likes and complete the RMA process for a replacement Sabertooth 990FX. No one at Asus is denying his RMA request, only the request to be upgraded to the Revision 2.0 board. Now, as promised, the links to the two respective product pages. http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/SABERTOOTH_990FX/#overview (990FX) http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/SABERTOOTH_990FX_R20/#overview (990FX R2.0)[/quote] Basically the change in the PCIe SATA controller and the extra USB 3.0 controller? Which is why they need different BIOS's. But what I don't understand is... why not offer for upgrade if he's willing to pay the extra? Was he lowballing it?
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I think that it is plain old business... You pay a lot of money for your Sabertooth 990FX, then an upgrade is out and you stop receiving support for your current mobo (even though it died)... Business pal...
     
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0 rep no participation in the forums, did he ask for help? then rants in here and tries to get everyone riled up because he rma'd good parts. Get the rma or move forward.
im done here.. btw my asus is 100% stable. They will get my buisness again.
have a great weekend.
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