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post #871 of 1172
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

The 2133mhz max speed is down to sandy bridge cpu, so ivy bridge will let us go how fast? Its down to the cpu right and not the motherboard?

I have no doubt that you will see some OC'ed RAM at 2600 or higher. Plenty of people have done over 2400 with SB.
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post #872 of 1172
noob question..

with the 2011 socket out, why wouldnt the new mobos for IB use quad channel?

it seems odd that with the 3rd gen of the i series, there isnt a new socket that uses quad chan?
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post #873 of 1172
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noob question..
with the 2011 socket out, why wouldnt the new mobos for IB use quad channel?
it seems odd that with the 3rd gen of the i series, there isnt a new socket that uses quad chan?

Simple, Ivy Bridge CPUs only have dual-channel controllers. You need a quad-channel controller in the CPU to enable it.
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post #874 of 1172
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I have no doubt that you will see some OC'ed RAM at 2600 or higher. Plenty of people have done over 2400 with SB.

But my question is how high can we set ram on IB? Max we can set is 2133mhz on SB, I know you can go higher by upping baseclock.
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Just pulled the trigger on an ASUS Sabertooth Z77 thumb.gif
Come on Ivy!

What do you gain from the most using the Sabertooth vs the P8Z77 Deluxe board?

Well for me I choose it coming from an ASUS Sabertooth X58. I've had great experience.

It's high qaulity components high grade TUFF build that comes with a 5 yr warranty.

Ceramix heatsink in the CPU socket that allows good over clocking while reducing temps.

Love the black thermal protection armor over the mother board. A modders dream board for nice layout with colored multi sleeved cables and any well colored case. (White sleeving in my case).

It's got a lot of the same features as the other models with a few exceptions. Like the built in Wi-Fi option.

I've read and heard the P67 had some heat issues with the armor. It looks like this board had had some improvements, even included two small mobo fans that can be attached if desired or not. I just installed mine last night and they are blowing air into the protective armor. Hope it works.

If there is any thing else I'm not sure what I'm missing. Anyone else comment?
     
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post #876 of 1172
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But my question is how high can we set ram on IB? Max we can set is 2133mhz on SB, I know you can go higher by upping baseclock.

2800 on most boards, I think. The board currently sitting in my case waiting for a CPU has "DDR3 2800" written near the DIMM slots.
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post #877 of 1172
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

Well for me I choose it coming from an ASUS Sabertooth X58. I've had great experience.

It's high qaulity components high grade TUFF build that comes with a 5 yr warranty.
Ceramix heatsink in the CPU socket that allows good over clocking while reducing temps.
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It's got a lot of the same features as the other models with a few exceptions. Like the built in Wi-Fi option.
I've read and heard the P67 had some heat issues with the armor. It looks like this board had had some improvements, even included two small mobo fans that can be attached if desired or not. I just installed mine last night and they are blowing air into the protective armor. Hope it works.
If there is any thing else I'm not sure what I'm missing. Anyone else comment?

I C, that makes sence. I'll admit that the armor on the MB is pretty beast.. :-) U mention "I've read and heard the P67 had some heat issues with the armor. It looks like this board had had some improvements" Do you mean to say that there could be a Z78 board to come?
post #878 of 1172
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Simple, Ivy Bridge CPUs only have dual-channel controllers. You need a quad-channel controller in the CPU to enable it.

thanks.

so basically the SB E 3830 / 2011 socket are quad chan for a specific niche market.. aka heavy programmers etc

i was just confused on why there is quad chan options on the SB, but not on its predecessor IB cpu.. seemed like a step backwards
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post #879 of 1172
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thanks.
so basically the SB E 3830 / 2011 socket are quad chan for a specific niche market.. aka heavy programmers etc
i was just confused on why there is quad chan options on the SB, but not on its predecessor IB cpu.. seemed like a step backwards

I'm sure there will be IB-E processors down the line. They'll probably use 2011 too. X79 has PCI-E 3.0 natively, so I'm sure there will be 2011 IB-E chips. Of course I'm just speculating, though.
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post #880 of 1172
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2800 on most boards, I think. The board currently sitting in my case waiting for a CPU has "DDR3 2800" written near the DIMM slots.

my p8p67 pro has an option for 2400mhz, but refuses to boot at it. You reckon there will be update to increase that amount?
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