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Originally Posted by tienjoh View Post

thanks:thumb: did not know if the space between cpu en cooling was right so i ask.
again thanks

Heads up on that Avatar.. They may warn you about profanity, may not. Just lookin out for a fellow Z77.thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

2600K only support PCIe rev 2.0 but GTX690 will not have problem running with it. GTX690 will be running at PCIe 2.0. PCIe 2.0 still offer a lot of bandwidth for GTX690 to work without bottlenecking.

Thank you exactly the answer i was looking for +REP for you my man.
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Originally Posted by Hanoverfist View Post

Corsair CMT3Gx3M4x1866C9(XMP) 32GB (4 x 8GB) is on the QVL for sabertooth z77
I think a 2 is missing between the 3 and the G. Very expensive memory

That's fine by me if it works. Unfortunately I am from the SHow Me State, until I see proof of it's stability under MemTest and Prime, I consider it non existant.
Especially after seeing a guy on the Intel forum buying the very RAM Intel suggested for 8GB DIMMs, and even claimed they tested it, just to find out they were full of crap.
I appreciate your response, but if you have a link to where I might actually see proof of such a mythical beast, I would be eternally grateful....
Asus Z77 Sabertooth would be my choice, as it is perfect for a 1U, and the Topology where the DIMM's run in parallel, instead of Serial is most appealing.

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I've just completed my Sabertooth Z77 build with a 2700k and couldn't be more happier with temps and current clock, turbo @ 4.6Ghz on air (hope to go higher, if not happy with current clock).
Was nervous with the UEFI bios at fist but I've found it pretty easy to manage.
It was great to read through this thread preparing for the build with some helpful tips, so many thanks.
Great motherboard, love it thumb.gif
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yeah got one didnt think about is before i made it my photo.
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Originally Posted by Detoyminador View Post

I've just completed my Sabertooth Z77 build with a 2700k and couldn't be more happier with temps and current clock, turbo @ 4.6Ghz on air (hope to go higher, if not happy with current clock).
Was nervous with the UEFI bios at fist but I've found it pretty easy to manage.
It was great to read through this thread preparing for the build with some helpful tips, so many thanks.
Great motherboard, love it thumb.gif
Nice Build..Welcome:thumb:
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yeah got one didnt think about is before i made it my photo.
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Hi Guys,

What is the highest we are getting with the 3570k with this board....

Im stuck on 4.4 stable using the offset method.

If anyone has higher please share there bios here thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Hurtn4ASquirtn View Post

Hi Guys,
What is the highest we are getting with the 3570k with this board....
Im stuck on 4.4 stable using the offset method.
If anyone has higher please share there bios here thumb.gif

i did manage a 4.4ghz manual voltage set to 1.235v ( 24h stable on prime 95 ) i also went to 4.6ghz but no success with the offset method but i set a 1.350v manually and ran prime95 3 hour and did 50 passes on IBT with no error

also i dont have any errors on windows event viewer i had like 50 before when my voltage on the 4.4ghz was set to 1.225v had to raise it to 1.235v for the message to stop showing ( happened only with prime95 )

also when my voltage on the 4.6ghz was set to 1.3v to 1.325v i had only bsod after 10minutes on prime 1.330 to 1.340 v prime95 crased dont know why looked on google no answer 1.350v was ok temp where at mid 80c on prime and almost at 90c on IBT

but my voltage was to high for my taste on 4.6ghz i will stay at 4.4ghz 100x44 cpuV 1.235v ppl to 1.7v temps at 66c on realtemp at AI suite 2 shows 50c using antec 920 kulher
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Hmmm... I was thinking. It would be awesome if someone actually creates a window theme for Asus Sabertooth, just like what ROG have.
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