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Lol. whut? Are you talking to that guy named JJ? wth.gif
No I think this guy is going to do what JJ does, JJ would never have the indecency to do something like that. There is a general understanding between manufacturers not to interject in each others online help threads and forums. Like you wont see any asus guys over at tweaktown gigabyte section, and you wont see any gigabyte guys on ROG forums. You also wont see Raja come into this thread and you wont see Dino go into the asus help threads. It common courtesy, you definitively don't see a user go around and troll gigabyte help threads and post crap like that, i mean he even went to a help thread for the D3H and posted looks like the UD5H has problem, it is like dude it isn't even the same board... he just wanted to post it.

At XS they have a lot of company reps and that is also the rule, i would expect that is how it is here as well, as it is the only thing that makes sense. i was talking t the hardware rep who posted above me.

Fo sho. I just didn't get it. I thought you were actually addressing him.

Right now I'm watching JJ do the intro of the ASUS 670 DCUII TOP. They've got some VRM things right under the GPU socket. thinking.gif

I do have the Windforce coming. Not to be so offtopic, but have you had a look at it? It's doing well in the 670 overclocking thread.
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Fo sho. I just didn't get it. I thought you were actually addressing him.

there was no sarcasm the mods removed the posts, I was serious. I have no idea who he is, so i went through his previous posts, and one of them said he just moved to sydney to take up that job.
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listen if you guys could start PMing me with long term issues that haven't yet been resolved id appreciate that(like keyboard issues with model number please, fan control stuff, it would be good to know what fan ports and settings you tried), post em here too, but PM me as well so that I can gather them as it is hard to read through so many pages! haha. I try to respond to everyone so no one feels ignored, but sometimes i miss things. Also next week, or the week after is better i will be gone for 2 weeks, i will still check, and if you could get all your long term issues PMed to me by Wednesday/Thursday that would be great.

I've been having issues using usb 3.0 external drives. It stutters the system when transferring files and randomly disconnects. I'm currently on bios F7. I have this:
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=103&cp_id=10315&cs_id=1031502&p_id=8078&seq=1&format=4#feedback and a Seagate USB 3.0 external drive.

Also, I noticed if I turn on sata hotswap or turn off firewire in bios my system randomly crashes running my current oc. Without these settings my system is 100% stable and runs great.
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Dude you really shouldn't have an issue, i have the same memory as you, both the 16GB 1600mhz kit and the 16GB 2133mhz kit, both work fine with XMP. A lot of the issues are rooted to the fact that XMP profile wont set the DRAm voltage, the user still has to do it, that is what I have seen. Also they should all update to the latest BIOS if they have issues. Try it out, you shouldn't have issues.

OK, but I got the the torches soaked & the pich's sharpened, just incase...wink.gif

Someone above asked about the msata deal on the board. Mine has that & the sales dude @ MC said they have no idea where I can possibly get one of these?
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Fo sho. I just didn't get it. I thought you were actually addressing him.
Right now I'm watching JJ do the intro of the ASUS 670 DCUII TOP. They've got some VRM things right under the GPU socket. thinking.gif
I do have the Windforce coming. Not to be so offtopic, but have you had a look at it? It's doing well in the 670 overclocking thread.

I know that their 680 SOC will be really sweet, like no need to mod or anything.
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I've been having issues using usb 3.0 external drives. It stutters the system when transferring files and randomly disconnects. I'm currently on bios F7. I have this:
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=103&cp_id=10315&cs_id=1031502&p_id=8078&seq=1&format=4#feedback and a Seagate USB 3.0 external drive.
Also, I noticed if I turn on sata hotswap or turn off firewire in bios my system randomly crashes running my current oc. Without these settings my system is 100% stable and runs great.
Okay cool thanks. I actually have an external USB 3.0 thing as well, but I use SSD, and i don't have stutter. Have you tried different USB ports?
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OK, but I got the the torches soaked & the pich's sharpened, just incase...wink.gif
Someone above asked about the msata deal on the board. Mine has that & the sales dude @ MC said they have no idea where I can possibly get one of these?
lol cool smile.gif

mSATA? I am pretty sure newegg and microcenter carry them, i just don't have one.
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0374053
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I was looking at a mSATA drive at Newegg -

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820227750&nm_mc=OTC-Froogle&cm_mmc=OTC-Froogle-_-Solid+State+Disk-_-OCZ+Technology-_-20227750



Following quotes from Gigabyte Sniper 3 Overview Page: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4169#ov
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GIGABYTE 7 series motherboards feature an onboard mSATA slot allowing users to easily take advantage of advanced SSD-based technologies like Intel® Smart Response and Intel® Rapid Start. Mounting an affordable, low capacity mSATA SSD directly onto your motherboard can enhance your PC's performance with better overall desktop responsiveness, faster boot times and faster system resume from 'Suspend to Disk' and 'Standby' modes.

GIGABYTE EZ Smart Response
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The GIGABYTE EZ Smart Response utility is a simple application that allows users to quickly and easily configure their system for Intel® Smart Response Technology. In the past, enabling Intel® Smart Response meant users needed to enter the BIOS in order to configure their system for RAID mode, which then required a complete reinstall of the operating system. Once that processes was complete, users then needed to install the Intel® Rapid Storage Utility as well as configure Intel's Smart Response Technology. GIGABYTE EZ Smart Response does all of this automatically, without users having to perform a complicated install process. This allows them to quickly and effortlessly enjoy a significant boost in system performance.

Intel® Rapid Start Technology
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Intel® Rapid Start Technology™ gets your device up and running faster from even the deepest sleep. This means users will be able to experience almost zero power draw from their PC, but be able to resume Windows® 7 is a few seconds without having the PC go through a full system boot. With Intel® Rapid Start Technology the previous session resumes to the exact as it was, so that applications are still in the same state and no application data is lost.


I was hoping someone who had experience with this might share some info about how well it works.
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no idea man, i don't know anyone who uses mSATA SSD, it seems like most people just get normal sized ones, as i don't see a benefit to using the small versus big except that they make more smaller sized SSDs <60GB in mSATA opposed to normal SATA. .

I think what the mSATA SSD is really used for is for SSD caching, in that case a small 20-40GB SSD is used, but i think most people on this forum and others for OCing like extreme systems and thus use like 64gb and usually 128GB SSDs, and don't' use the caching as it isn't' as fast as a full on SSD.

Are you in the market to get one?
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no idea man, i don't know anyone who uses mSATA SSD, it seems like most people just get normal sized ones, as i don't see a benefit to using the small versus big except that they make more smaller sized SSDs <60GB in mSATA opposed to normal SATA. .
I think what the mSATA SSD is really used for is for SSD caching, in that case a small 20-40GB SSD is used, but i think most people on this forum and others for OCing like extreme systems and thus use like 64gb and usually 128GB SSDs, and don't' use the caching as it isn't' as fast as a full on SSD.
Are you in the market to get one?



As for me: I dunno, reading the post above yours, it does intrigue me though, (makes me mad also cause dude just shrugged me off at microcenter, thanks for that BTW, rep +)as I have been looking at only a caching drive for internet and some programs I run.

That being said, for $70 I can get a cheap SSD, but I would then have to reload the OS, which in my other thread I stated I didn't want to do... Now, to say that is the way I read the GB statement on the EZ smart response.
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about intel smart response, it takes almost 10gb off my ssd, so no thank you, i won´t use that

i believe it takes a little more disk space of your ram, so 8gb ram = almost 10gb off the ssd
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i think there is a max limit, and yea i think you don't need to re-install your OS for SSD caching to work. You can always use norton ghost to copy your current HDD to an SSD.
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