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I found it then if its the one thats out of stock at newegg I saw it earlier wanted to be sure it was correct memory

The price is kind of high I have seen them for $30 at Newegg. But that's probably why its always out of stock at Newegg.

Amazon

Microcenter

Edit : In Stock
Newegg

Edit 2 : Here is a thread that will help you with clocking the ram.
Samsung DDR3 Thread
Edited by UNOE - 1/25/13 at 2:45pm
 
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post #3622 of 9802
Heres mine ugly , wires out of place 360 , 240 rads quick disconnects , sinks on the back thumb.gif Nearly ready to do w/block mods on BACK of board separate loop (maybe) and a 5Ghz screener to go with it comments please


Ambient 26c 3am Screener done before 240 rad installed smile.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 1/25/13 at 4:31pm
post #3623 of 9802
Heatsink behind CPU ?
 
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hi i have a question i have two 680GTX DCUii top and on my current chassis i cant afford the third one and i dont really like to water cool my cards when i was researching about crossfire and sli somewhere i read something about problems with both of them as we sli 2 cards it wont really double the result it might be 1.5X and its kinda yes for me with sli enabled it wont go over than 1.5X it wont reach the double power in output performance and it was written if we make it 3way sli it wont be 3x performance nad even the third one will not raise the performance as much as the second one will do, is it true? and aside that there was also something about the more sli the more graphic problem i might encounter in games and the best choice is 2x crossfire or sli how about this one? and as far as i can see in my chassis i can only sell my DCUii tops and get three reference 680GTX or three 7970 reference, so the question is : does it worth it in output performance? 2 GTX680 DCUii top or three 7970 with this mobo? mine is RIVF and three cards will be at 16x8x16 and i heard for now there is not so much difference between 16x and 8x right?
one more thing i have a 3930k how much voltage can make this chip degrade so fast like in a month? and how much voltage is safe to give this chip for overclocking? i was afraid to give it around 1.4v so i had this on 4.5GHz at 1.35 how was it? now i kept it on 4.2 with 1.28 cuz it was giving me bluepage on battlefield 3 after about 30 minutes but it was fine on intel burn in for about three hours with almost full ram test ( about 200-300 mb was free ) and after awhile when i tried to get it back on 4.5 GHz with the same voltage my temps got a little weird it passed over 80c and im using a thermalright silver arrow im sure a few days back it wouldnt go more than 76-77c does it mean that there is something wrong with my chip?
I probably will get flamed about this but I recommend two 680's in SLI. I don't like my 7970's that much driver problems have been a headache. If AMD finally fixes some issues with old games then I can change my tune.
Your x16x8x16 verses x16x16 don't worry about it. You purchased a board that can handle 3 or 4 GPU's with no latency issues.
You probably don't have to worry about degrading until you get past 4.6ghz and 1.42. If your really worried then just use 4.2ghz like your doing. But I personally push my chip as far as it can go with my cooling then if it degrades after a year I just run it lower later on. Might as well use it to its fullest while its still new that's why I paid for Extreme platform to have the best. In four years their will be something faster I will want anyway. Saving a 100mhz over a few years life span, because of fear of degradation is kind of pointless. It will run well above stock for 10 plus years even if it degrades 100mhz every two years, and that's unlikely.
I don't think your testing your CPU properly use Prime95 with 1344 FFT and all ram. I can run Intel burn test for a few hours and fail at prime95 1344 FTT in a matter of 2 minutes. If your getting blue screens in games test your CPU and ram properly.
For thermal Paste you might want to use Liquid Pro it can cut down 7c to 8c from temps pretty easy. Some may disagree with me on how safe it is to use or how hard it is to remove. I don't think I could see myself using anything but liquid pro from this point forward. My mounts with 3930K where always uneven with raystorm. But with liquid pro first mount with really really thin layer of liquid pro was perfect easy quick and shaved off a bunch of heat from my temps.
But remounting yours might help your temps, obviously. Those temps seem about right for 1.4v and your cooler though.
Lastly make sure your using extra VTT and VCCSA volts. You should not need 1.4v for 4.5ghz. You can also try PLL voltage between 1.56v-1.66v. That might allow you to use less vcore.
Edited by UNOE - 1/25/13 at 5:14pm
 
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Heatsink behind CPU ?
Yep lots of heat generated there . You could even place h/sinks on the cpu backplate if you wanted to thumb.gif
post #3626 of 9802
My rampage iv extreme motherboard has very strangely decided to die on me today after 7 months of it being 100% stable. Tried 2 other PSU's, tried with 1 stick of ram, cleared cmos and nothing works. The start and reset button light up but the machine doesn't power on what so ever. It did once then cycled on and off repeatedly with the fans spinning for a second then off again. I then turned the PSU off, turned it on again and then nothing.. The start and reset button LEDs are on but it just won't power on. How would I go with an RMA?

Just to note:

That yesterday I was on the PC most of the day, and some of last night without a single issue! Turned it on this morning and nothing was happening. I checked and rechecked about 6 times all the connections, use a bright LED torch to check all the connectors and pins and all is fine. Tested PSU out of the case and it's fine.

I've noticed a couple of people on here have had the issue and seems that once they had RMA'd the board and got a new one, all was working again.

I've done nothing special to the PC at all, hasn't been moved, had no new hardware added since i built it, has next to no dust in the case, everything is seated correctly. Checked all the standoff's and all is normal.

Here are some threads from other people with a similar issue I am currently experiencing.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...-wont-power-on

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...s-not-poasting

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...eme-Won-t-Post

The last link is most common to mine, but all are much the same issue for me.


Now i personally think the board has crapped itself and I am in need of a replacement. I still got 3-4 months left on my 1 year warranty from the store i bought it from. Would i be best off dealing with them or ASUS directly? All i need is a replacement, no need for a refund or anything like that.

Thoughts?

I am absolutely gutted!
post #3627 of 9802
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My rampage iv extreme motherboard has very strangely decided to die on me today after 7 months of it being 100% stable. Tried 2 other PSU's, tried with 1 stick of ram, cleared cmos and nothing works. The start and reset button light up but the machine doesn't power on what so ever. It did once then cycled on and off repeatedly with the fans spinning for a second then off again. I then turned the PSU off, turned it on again and then nothing.. The start and reset button LEDs are on but it just won't power on. How would I go with an RMA?

Just to note:

That yesterday I was on the PC most of the day, and some of last night without a single issue! Turned it on this morning and nothing was happening. I checked and rechecked about 6 times all the connections, use a bright LED torch to check all the connectors and pins and all is fine. Tested PSU out of the case and it's fine.

I've noticed a couple of people on here have had the issue and seems that once they had RMA'd the board and got a new one, all was working again.

I've done nothing special to the PC at all, hasn't been moved, had no new hardware added since i built it, has next to no dust in the case, everything is seated correctly. Checked all the standoff's and all is normal.

Here are some threads from other people with a similar issue I am currently experiencing.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...-wont-power-on

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...s-not-poasting

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...eme-Won-t-Post

The last link is most common to mine, but all are much the same issue for me.


Now i personally think the board has crapped itself and I am in need of a replacement. I still got 3-4 months left on my 1 year warranty from the store i bought it from. Would i be best off dealing with them or ASUS directly? All i need is a replacement, no need for a refund or anything like that.

Thoughts?

I am absolutely gutted!

The only thing that I could suggest that you haven't specifically stated would be to reseat the CPU to see if that corrects the issue or not.
   
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post #3629 of 9802
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The only thing that I could suggest that you haven't specifically stated would be to reseat the CPU to see if that corrects the issue or not.
Yep do that too . Still not work put back in box with everything that came with it to ensure swap over with new one thumb.gif
Canis-X how goes it stateside ? thumb.gif
post #3630 of 9802
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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

My rampage iv extreme motherboard has very strangely decided to die on me today after 7 months of it being 100% stable. Tried 2 other PSU's, tried with 1 stick of ram, cleared cmos and nothing works. The start and reset button light up but the machine doesn't power on what so ever. It did once then cycled on and off repeatedly with the fans spinning for a second then off again. I then turned the PSU off, turned it on again and then nothing.. The start and reset button LEDs are on but it just won't power on. How would I go with an RMA?

Just to note:

That yesterday I was on the PC most of the day, and some of last night without a single issue! Turned it on this morning and nothing was happening. I checked and rechecked about 6 times all the connections, use a bright LED torch to check all the connectors and pins and all is fine. Tested PSU out of the case and it's fine.

I've noticed a couple of people on here have had the issue and seems that once they had RMA'd the board and got a new one, all was working again.

I've done nothing special to the PC at all, hasn't been moved, had no new hardware added since i built it, has next to no dust in the case, everything is seated correctly. Checked all the standoff's and all is normal.

Here are some threads from other people with a similar issue I am currently experiencing.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...-wont-power-on

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...s-not-poasting

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...eme-Won-t-Post

The last link is most common to mine, but all are much the same issue for me.


Now i personally think the board has crapped itself and I am in need of a replacement. I still got 3-4 months left on my 1 year warranty from the store i bought it from. Would i be best off dealing with them or ASUS directly? All i need is a replacement, no need for a refund or anything like that.

Thoughts?

I am absolutely gutted!

Board could be grounding out on the standoffs of the case. Another thing you could do is take the mobo out of the case. Put it on the motherboard'd box. Take out the cmos battery. Push and hold the power button for a few seconds a few times. Then leave it over night. Install everything back up as normal and see how it goes. Make sure about the standoffs thing I meantioned.
    
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