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If you have the 7, then our measurements should be the same?
Jeffinslaw
Yea I got 7, so they should be same. I think all X79 series have the same chipset heatsink apart from 11.
Edited by X79Extreme7UK - 10/16/12 at 11:21am
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Hey guys, post in this thread if you are interested in a water block for your ASRock Extreme7/9 motherboard!

We need 10-20 fixed pre-orders for MIPS to start designing the block.

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Wow this forum seems a bit quiet.
Anyway, second test at 5000 and this chip is doing better than I thought. Ambient 21C.

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Also did a little cinebench run;

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I am the owner of ASRock X79 Extreme11.

My questions:
Extreme11 for only 3 modules with module size is 8GB of memory support list. Do you have other experiences for 64 GB?
And the SB fan with over 6000 rpm is very loud. Are there any settings or do I live with?

Greeting
Edited by totalflow - 10/21/12 at 3:58am
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I am the owner of ASRock X79 Extreme11.
My questions:
Extreme11 for only 3 modules with module size is 8GB of memory support list. Do you have other experiences for 64 GB?
And the SB fan with over 6000 rpm is very loud. Are there any settings or do I live with?
Greeting
I think a waterblock for 11 chipset is being designed (couple of pages back). So, you dont have to live with it.
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Wall of text incoming!

I've been having a strange issue with my X79 Extreme4 board since I bought it in mid-August. The only way I can describe it is that it likes to randomly lock up when playing audio. When it happens, any video currently playing stops and my input devices stop responding. The only way to fix it is to hard-reboot. I've updated the BIOS, set the BIOS settings back to defaults, ran memtest for 3 hours with no issues, ran Furmark fullscreen with CF enabled for roughly an hour with no issues, switched the BIOS switch on my 6950s back to stock, and uninstalled all the junk software that was on the driver disk.

After I did all this, the problem seemed to go away for a few weeks, but started happening again this past weekend while playing Skyrim. I've noticed that it likes to happen when a sound effect is supposed to play because it did it when I pushed R to put an item into a chest, and then it did it again later when an arrow I fired hit an enemy. It also did it once when I clicked M1 to fire a gun in Max Payne 3. On the flip side, it has also done it when either watching a video or listening to music.

I'm using a G35 plugged into one of the USB 2.0 ports on the front of my case. I've been doing some research and found that the Z77 and X79 boards have been having issues with the 3.0 headers recently. Could this have something to do with it? I think the two USB 2.0 ports are going through a USB 3.0 header since there is one 3.0 port on the front and the only USB connector coming from the front of the case into the chassis is a big 3.0 plug.

Here's another weird part: I was running GPU-Z on one of my other monitors to see if maybe my graphics cards were overheating, and when Skyrim eventually locked up, GPU-Z was still monitoring in real-time. This means the system isn't completely locking up, but seems just lock up all my USB peripherals.

TL;DR: Playing sound sometimes results in video locking up and all my USB devices stop responding. No OCs on anything, default BIOS settings, no BIOS mods on the 6950s.

It's killing my will to play anything because I don't know if/when it's going to lock up. Any ideas?

EDIT: Looks like ASRock put up a beta BIOS on the 15th... I'll give that a shot later this evening, though I kind of doubt it will fix the issue.
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I would absolutely be interested in a waterblock for the 9. Man that chipset fan gets annoyingly loud to the point that I can hear it clearly over my 13 gt's and while gaming with a headset on!!!!
     
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I would absolutely be interested in a waterblock for the 9. Man that chipset fan gets annoyingly loud to the point that I can hear it clearly over my 13 gt's and while gaming with a headset on!!!!

The PLEASE post in this thread!

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Hello Guys,

I'm new to this overclock.net. I've brought Asrock X79 Extreme9 mootherboard and Intel i7 3820 yesterday. And, my Asrock motherborard not showing BIOS screen and no beep.
Dr.Debbug error code 0x00.

I connected only 24-pin , 8 pin , MSI Gtx 660 ti graphics card and RAM.


Can you guys help me...

Thanks.
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