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what is a recommended RAM kit for the extreme6 im looking for an 8gig 1600mhz kit but i heard this board is finicky when it comes to the kind of ram it uses.
Do you want dual or quad channel?
    
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All of a sudden, though I have changed nothing on my pc in a few days, the splash/boot screen fro my ASRock x79 Fatal1ty Pro doesn't show. It boots up and loads Windows ok, but I don't get the red Fatal1ty screen that gives me the option to go into the UEFI etc.

Anyone else had this happen? Know how to fix it?

JML
I have noticed the same thing. If I keep my external hd plugged in I will get splash sceen for 6 seconds. Unplug it and reboot and it's so fast I barley see it at all. I think you just have a fast pc thumb.gif

haha My PC ain't pokey, but all the same, it showed before then it stopped. Here's the funny part--it has started showing again. I guess I'm content to leave it a mystery, so long as it doesn't recur. thumb.gif

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haha My PC ain't pokey, but all the same, it showed before then it stopped. Here's the funny part--it has started showing again. I guess I'm content to leave it a mystery, so long as it doesn't recur. thumb.gif

JML
I was checking your rig stats and wow! Your graphics setup is crazy.
    
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I'm thinking about going through the liquid cooling route full setup with 3 pumps etc
I know going through copper pipe cooling can become complex but this is the route ive chosen to go,
I am trying to decide whether to go for a 2 loop or 3 loop, I have made some design showing my
initial idea for how clean and tidy I want this setup,

For those that could help I was thinking of gold plating the copper to go with the black and gold theme board
and threading normal water cooling hoses over the pipe to minimize leakage to the greatest extent and also
to aid in thermal control, (Radiant heat and all that crap)

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I know this build is a massive undertaking for such I novice
but I like DIY so I thought DIY water cooling, if it doesn't work then ill go the normal route
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P.S The orange colour is the pipes the black are water blocks and the greyish silver is more pipe for a seperate loop
post #1326 of 1592
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I'm thinking about going through the liquid cooling route full setup with 3 pumps etc
I know going through copper pipe cooling can become complex but this is the route ive chosen to go,
I am trying to decide whether to go for a 2 loop or 3 loop, I have made some design showing my
initial idea for how clean and tidy I want this setup,

For those that could help I was thinking of gold plating the copper to go with the black and gold theme board
and threading normal water cooling hoses over the pipe to minimize leakage to the greatest extent and also
to aid in thermal control, (Radiant heat and all that crap)

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I know this build is a massive undertaking for such I novice
but I like DIY so I thought DIY water cooling, if it doesn't work then ill go the normal route

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P.S The orange colour is the pipes the black are water blocks and the greyish silver is more pipe for a seperate loop

Where do you plan on getting the motherboard block from? There are no blocks for the Extreme9.

Jeffinslaw

*EDIT* The "heatsink" on the far left of the board next to the DIMMs slots is there purely for looks.
Edited by Jeffinslaw - 2/11/13 at 11:14am
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Where do you plan on getting the motherboard block from? There are no blocks for the Extreme9.

Jeffinslaw

*EDIT* The "heatsink" on the far left of the board next to the DIMMs slots is there purely for looks.

I don't mind making the blocks I'm quite creative sometimes as the CPU Block will need to be custom made,
The ram blocks I can buy, the chipset block I should be able to make, if not my granddad can as he use to be
a tool maker with various years of experience plus many nice toys to help lol and I still may keep the left side
water block as I favour design 3, like the first one 2 but the VRM's aren't being cooled on that one and I'm
trying to keep a tidy build as hard as I can
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I don't mind making the blocks I'm quite creative sometimes as the CPU Block will need to be custom made,
The ram blocks I can buy, the chipset block I should be able to make, if not my granddad can as he use to be
a tool maker with various years of experience plus many nice toys to help lol and I still may keep the left side
water block as I favour design 3, like the first one 2 but the VRM's aren't being cooled on that one and I'm
trying to keep a tidy build as hard as I can

I think you missed my edit to my post. You don't need a block on the left side between the I/O ports and the DIMM slot. There is nothing that is being cooled over there. smile.gif

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I think you missed my edit to my post. You don't need a block on the left side between the I/O ports and the DIMM slot. There is nothing that is being cooled over there. smile.gif

Jeffinslaw

I caught your edit but it does lead to a nice path from VRM, down the I/O ports and then to the Chipset

But yes this project is more for a bit of fun to give me something to do, but if it's of sound enough quality and is water tight then it'll get installed naturally xD
post #1330 of 1592
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My new bios for my Fatal1ty pro reduced my ram overclocking big time doh.gif I re flashed back to 1.5 and was able to run 2400mhz again. I'm hoping they fix this in time for Ivy bridge-e chips.

The newer bios helped my ram use default XMP settings using 8 sticks.
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