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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
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    Asus M5A97evo
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    Asus M5A99Xevo
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    Asus Sabertooth 990fx
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post #5841 of 10135
I updated to the new 2005 bios and it seems my cpu drops to stock clock speed after I resume from sleep.

Is there some setting in the bios causing this, or is it just the new bios version is faulty.
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Hello some one has the link for the cpu's supported by the first gen saber's?
post #5843 of 10135
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Originally Posted by azcrazy View Post

Hello some one has the link for the cpu's supported by the first gen saber's?

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/SABERTOOTH_990FX/#support

go to that link then click "CPU Support"


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post #5844 of 10135
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Originally Posted by xSneak View Post

I updated to the new 2005 bios and it seems my cpu drops to stock clock speed after I resume from sleep.

Is there some setting in the bios causing this, or is it just the new bios version is faulty.

BIOS 2005 has some strange issues unfortunately in overclocking and even stock.Sometimes doesn t go for the highest clock rate for some reason.
A sleep issue has been reported also.
Overclocking headroom seems to have been capped a little or even more than previous for me.
I am back to 1503 with my FX 6300 and W7.
   
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post #5845 of 10135
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BIOS 2005 has some strange issues unfortunately in overclocking and even stock.Sometimes doesn t go for the highest clock rate for some reason.
A sleep issue has been reported also.
Overclocking headroom seems to have been capped a little or even more than previous for me.
I am back to 1503 with my FX 6300 and W7.

Is this from the asus forums?

thanks for the update businesssmiley.png. I'm back to 1903 bios myself.
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post #5846 of 10135
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Originally Posted by xSneak View Post

Is this from the asus forums?

thanks for the update businesssmiley.png. I'm back to 1903 bios myself.

personal experience from me is fsb oc is jacked when raising ram clocks.. but I sure can hit over 5ghz with multipleier on the new bios.. im going back to 1503 or 12something
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post #5847 of 10135
My sabertooth arrived today along with the FX 8350 will be installing them and building 2nd pc over the weekend and overclocking as far as i can go just because i have nothing better to do lol
post #5848 of 10135
Well I have been using 2005 bios update on my sabberkitty and so far all I see Is a increase in stability and performance, I never use sleep mode anyway, I always thought it messed with mobo's and CPU's, if my rig is running it's doing something.

My rig is, if anyone is interested:

Case: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

Mobo: Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0

CPU: AMD FX 8320

Memory: Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb

PSU: Cooler Master V850

PGU's: 2 way SLi 660 ftw signature 2

I have also been people say that they have been getting issues with the new R331 Nvidia Driver, here nothing to report, works fine have had no problems been using since released.. I also have been using the 2005 bios since it's release date..
post #5849 of 10135
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Originally Posted by Nobsod35 View Post

Well I have been using 2005 bios update on my sabberkitty and so far all I see Is a increase in stability and performance, I never use sleep mode anyway, I always thought it messed with mobo's and CPU's, if my rig is running it's doing something.

My rig is, if anyone is interested:

Case: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

Mobo: Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0

CPU: AMD FX 8320

Memory: Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb

PSU: Cooler Master V850

PGU's: 2 way SLi 660 ftw signature 2

I have also been people say that they have been getting issues with the new R331 Nvidia Driver, here nothing to report, works fine have had no problems been using since released.. I also have been using the 2005 bios since it's release date..

I am glad you dont have issues. How much of an overclock do you have?

For me I was able to get my ram to 2400mhz at cas 9... when I switched to 2005 I couldnt get past 2133... huuuuge difference.
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post #5850 of 10135
I'm sure there is a reason for OC'ing memory, but with AMD cpu's I've not seen it make that much difference in benchmarks unless you also OC the cpunb.. .is that generally the case or am I just missing something. benches used: Cinebench, 3dmark11, WEI, and a couple others I just can't think of the name atm... just now getting my coffee tongue.gif
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