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post #9601 of 9809
Still rocking my R4E and 4930K here, the 3930K rig is in maintenance of the watercooling tho. I've got the R4BE and the bad 4930k in the closet too. redface.gif
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I went x58 to z87 to x79.. I chose this board over the black ed. partially because that board is a dud, and partially because I like the red scheme. But once the next upgrade worthy graphic card (got 780 Lightning now) drops, then I will probably upgrade mobo aswell (maybe). Other than that I'm happy with this board, does everything it's supposed to. Really solid.

My girlfriend has the x99 from evga, and sure her rig gets a couple more fps than mine does, but that's mostly due to the 3x 980ti and the 5930k, however I still rock 144+ fps in most games, and that's all I need since my screen doesn't refresh any faster anyways tongue.gif
post #9603 of 9809
Could I run a 980ti on the second PCIe slot without any problems and with it running at X16 Gen3? Or am I limited to the first for 1 GPU?
     
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post #9604 of 9809
You can rock a second gtx980ti on the R4E.
There are 2 full x16 slots, when you have 3 cards, one will be in a x8 slot.
Edited by TieT - 1/31/16 at 12:31am
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I want to join this Club

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post #9606 of 9809
Quote:
Originally Posted by TieT View Post

You can rock a second gtx980ti on the R4E.
There are 2 full x16 slots, when you have 3 cards, one will be in a x8 slot.

Just remember to enable pci. 3.0 https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/521828/geforce-drivers/geforce-600-series-gen3-support-on-x79-platform-updated-6-19-2012/
post #9607 of 9809
Yes. You can run up to 4 gpus in SLI or Xfire.
 
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post #9608 of 9809
Yep, You can also check in your bios.
There is tool to tell you in which slot you should put the cards ;-)
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Yep, You can also check in your bios.
There is tool to tell you in which slot you should put the cards ;-)

Yes and No. You can manually select which pci.e mode you wish to run per on the 3 main lanes, in bios. However for nvidia users atleast the pci.e 3.0 is not available in windows without the use of the tool provided in previous post.
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Yes and no. That is only true for sandy bridge-e....Ivy-e have true pcie 3.0 Support.
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