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im sorry to say that, but fatal1ty 990fx is not good oc board
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what temps you have in prime fulload test with 4ghz and what cooler you use?

With a Zalman 9900Max that 1100T is 1.38v under load @ 4024mhz / 2740nb 1.2v load temps under prime are (Core temp) 50c, socket temp is 55c
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im sorry to say that, but fatal1ty 990fx is not good oc board

Do you just say things to talk?

http://www.kitguru.net/components/motherboard/henry-butt/asrock-fatal1ty-990fx-professional-motherboard-review/5/


it's 12+2 phase, heatsinked, has all the good oc options... and according to this review they had no problem getting 1100t to 4.2ghz.


Edit: Incase your too lazy to read here is a direct quote from the review...

"One of the most impressive features of this motherboard is the overclocking capabilities. We were able to achieve 3.8 GHz with our AMD Phenom II X6 1090T using the automatic overclocking function without having to tweak any settings, meaning users of all abilities can benefit from the performance benefits without having to learn a plethora of bios settings.
When overclocking manually, we were able to achieve a fully stable 4.1 GHz without much trouble at all. We managed to boot at 4.3 GHz but the temperatures were rather high and the system ran into instability after a minute or so of Prime 95. That said, with better cooling, we wouldn’t be surprised if you were able to achieve a stable overclock at this speed."
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im sorry to say that, but fatal1ty 990fx is not good oc board

What makes you say that? Do you own one? I'm able to get to 4.5GHz rock solid with very little effort. Unless you can back your comments up with facts, you should keep them to yourself
post #4996 of 8112
look one post upper my linked review
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970 doesn't
ASRock has a 970 Extreme4 that actually uses the 990X chipset, so it does support SLI, which might be what you are refering to.
any clue why your validations are getting rejected? possible motherboard glitches?
2600K was $100 more expensive at their respective launches ($230 vs $330). The 2600K should win.

Im not sure what is up with Cpuz 1.61 is buggy
post #4998 of 8112
is it safe use x6 idle 1.6v? because i have vdroop and with load have voltages lower
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im sorry to say that, but fatal1ty 990fx is not good oc board

Hmmm...that's interesting because I have no problem overclocking on mine. Even got my 6100 up to 5Ghz.
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Hmmm...that's interesting because I have no problem overclocking on mine. Even got my 6100 up to 5Ghz.

Other nice things about the ASRock 990FX Pro:
12+2 VRM (all others at 8+2)
Dual Lan
2 USB 3.0 Headers
Native support for DDR3 2400mhz
Support for Marvel AHCI and or AMD AHCI, with control options for each sata port.
3 slot spacing for Dual GPU's great for air cooling two monster GPU's
External Clr Cmos (For when you know you effed up that OC)
UEFI Shell to boot from.
Dozens of Fan headers all controlable from 5v to 12v in UEFI and setable to ramp up at different rates.

Only thing I have not used of those features is the part about dual GPU's as I currently do not own two monster GPU's.
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