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Alright, got my 3820 what motherboard would you guys recommended newegg has an open box sabertooth for 225 and it seems like a really good deal imo
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Alright, got my 3820 what motherboard would you guys recommended newegg has an open box sabertooth for 225 and it seems like a really good deal imo

I like mine a lot. The BIOS seems very similar if not identical to the R4E.

I've also heard great things about the ASRock boards.
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Alright, got my 3820 what motherboard would you guys recommended newegg has an open box sabertooth for 225 and it seems like a really good deal imo

Better hurry, I just bought one too for another build with another 3820. wink.gif
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I bought a open box RIVE for 296$ this morning.
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i really wanted the rampage formula, i dont need the build right now so i may wait.
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waiting is never fun.....i should always wait but i get to caught up in everything and just end up buying the ****....rofl

haha, i ended up going to microcenter and getting an open box p9x79 pro for the same price, and i got 16 gigs of that samsung ram. Was pretty much brand new, unopened and only missing the wifi to go.
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this is looking good....... (:
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I'm at 4.299 with 1.232 voltage. Going to see if it's possible to under-volt.
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Hi guys,

Quick question here. I am about to do a 43x with a 125 bclk strap, from my understanding this would OC the ram to 2000 (1600*1.25). However, my ram is only rated for 1866 mhz http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231455

How do I go about OC-ing the ram to 2000? should I just choose XMP profile or follow the stock timings but put a bit more voltage so it can be stable at 2000?
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Hi guys,
Quick question here. I am about to do a 43x with a 125 bclk strap, from my understanding this would OC the ram to 2000 (1600*1.25). However, my ram is only rated for 1866 mhz http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231455
How do I go about OC-ing the ram to 2000? should I just choose XMP profile or follow the stock timings but put a bit more voltage so it can be stable at 2000?


43x125 = no boot, are you sure about that?


To change ram speeds, check your ram multipliers. The multiplier is tied to the blk strap, so if you raise that you have adjust down your ram multi.
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