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post #3441 of 9802
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Originally Posted by ProfeZZor X View Post

Okay, I'll be sure to look for it when I get home tonight, but I was pretty thorough when I checked last night, and I didn't see anything at all resembling "wake on LAN".
I'm surprised no one here with a RIVE hasn't experienced this with their board, because mine is at the stock settings.

That's odd. Mine is too, but I have the Gene. Never had to touch that setting. But after your post, I got out my manual and I can't find that bloody setting anywhere!
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I opened this thread thanks to the wonderful "Daily OCN Updates" email, intending to ask about the Onboard Audio compared to available sound cards, when to my surprise the very first post I read was asking the exact same thing!

My questions are similar, but a bit different...

First, a bit of background: I originally intended for this build to be a "hybrid", in that it would cover both "play" (gaming, browsing, watching video/film, non-professional video and photo editing) AND "work" (audio recording, mixing, and editing).
However, I have recently decided to change the focus to JUST "Play". I figured that overclocking the 3930K to ~4.6-4.8Ghz isn't exactly wonderful for stability (i.e. it wouldn't be "Workstation Stable"), running the RAM at the max clock speed and with the tightest timings well same thing (not "workstation stable"), I fully-intend to add a second GTX670 FTW within the next few months and a third once prices drop to ~$300 or so (and possibly even a fourth, depending on the timing; if it's far enough into the release of the next gen, and the next gen is truly a leap, then I'd just grab two 770's or 780's) which means that an LSI/areca PCIe 2.0/3.0 x8/x16 SAS/SATA6Gbps 8-16x(Internal) RAID Controller Card (upgrade to 4GB DDR3-1333, add a BBU) would not be able to be as well utilized, and a host of other reasons.

Basically, I have nothing against mixing work and pleasure, but this time I want to keep them separate wink.gif

That DOES mean, however, that the soon-to-be-started Workstation Build (may be buying a "bare-bones" Dual-Skt2011 MB + 2x 8core Xeon's or a 2P/4P MB + 2-4x 10core Xeon's from a friend for like 1/8th market value)...will have all of my high-end audio equipment including my all my monitors (reference speakers, not the LCD-type) and so forth.

This is a good thing, I think, as it will allow me to make an audio system much more "focused" on entertainment rather than trying to dual-purpose it, which never works as well as you'd like. Studio Monitors, while absolutely amazing for audio work, aren't so great for 10hr game sessions (and I have YET to hear a game whose audio can stand up to the scrutiny provided by a pair of Behringer Bi-Amped 3-way Monitors powered by a McIntosh 2x600W Class-D amplifier plugged into a Tripp-Lite Line Conditioner/Isolation Unit).


THEREFORE, I am going to be going at this from the ground up!
Which means:
- New Speakers
- New Headphones
- New Sound Card/DAC
- New Microphone

I have sourced some M-Audio BX5 D2's BNIB for $175, which I may jump on. I am considering grabbing a pair of ATH-AD700's or similar headphones (something that will be "fun" for gaming, while still being more than good enough to do justice to my collection of ~85,000 Raw Audio Tracks)...

I'd say this will be about 40-50% Gaming, 15-30% Video (i.e. Film Soundtracks), and 20-45% Music ("for enjoyment", i.e. while browsing web etc)....

What I don't know about is What Sound Card Works Best With This Motherboard? I am considering the Asus XONAR DX, the Asus XONAR Essence STX, the Creative X-Fi Titanium HD, and I am also looking forward to the reviews of the new Creative ZxR (extremely intriguing design, with the daughter-board having its own dedicated quad-core Audio Processor, for a total of 2x 4core APU's).

Any input would be appreciated!
   
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post #3443 of 9802
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The problem is that you are potentially pulling warm air through the power supply. This is how PC Power supplies got their ventilation for years as in old PC's the Power supply was the only fan to circulate air through the case. It should be fine to run that way as long as the ambient temperature inside your case does not get too hot. If your ambient temp inside the case exceeds the Power Supply temperature thermal rating you could actually have capacitor cooling failure and pop components.

Finally i decided to upgrade the PSU, now the opening for the fan on the back of the case fits just fine. Here are some pics:





I've been thinking about the upgrade for sometime now, the Thermaltake TR2 wasn´t modular and more mainstream oriented... rolleyes.gif
Now... lets see what i can do with the extra headroom... aaevil.gif
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You should get 5Gigahurtles plus out of that rig thumb.gif cool your vrms if you have stability issues , 80mm fan will do the trick smile.gif
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You should get 5Gigahurtles plus out of that rig thumb.gif cool your vrms if you have stability issues , 80mm fan will do the trick smile.gif

I'll try and see how it goes, i'm not sure if the H80i can take it... thinking.gif
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Can you wear out the CMOS clear switch on IO ports if you use it to many times?
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Can you wear out the CMOS clear switch on IO ports if you use it to many times?

Don´t think so... rolleyes.gif
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Thanks to grunion I now have fixed my BIOS bug where I could not re-name my profiles, here's how I got them now:

4.6GHz_HT_ON
4.6GHz_HT_OFF
4.5GHz_HT_ON

Much better. biggrin.gif
    
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Thanks to grunion I now have fixed my BIOS bug where I could not re-name my profiles, here's how I got them now:
4.6GHz_HT_ON
4.6GHz_HT_OFF
4.5GHz_HT_ON
Much better. biggrin.gif

You want to share how ?
 
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I did the flashing using ezflash in the tool menu (Instead of using the ROG Connect on the back of the board USB ports), and instead of loading the saved profile files, I wrote them down again from the beggining as I took pictures of each profile on my phone.

It's only 3 profiles and they're similar so it only took me a few minutes.
Edited by kcuestag - 1/5/13 at 6:23pm
    
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